Toronto dance-pop artist Ana Pac is breaking down the boxes of societal norms and showing the world its infinite and limitless possibilities with a new single, “Bite The Rainbow” — available now just in time for her to perform at Toronto’s Pride Festival on June 25.
It’s a song about “respecting and celebrating true diversity — whatever path you take, whatever your style, whatever interests and drives you,” the Montreal-born, Toronto-based artist shares. “All the pieces of you should be a reflection of the real you!”
A triple threat in more ways than one, Ana Pac is both a singer, dancer, and performer, and trilingual, speaking fluent English, French, and Spanish. With previous singles including “Blast Off,” “This Is…,” and more, she has also appeared in both film and television projects — including Netflix original films “Work It” (produced by Alicia Keys), and “Feel the Beat” (starring Sofia Carson). In addition to dancing, Ana’s athleticism also extends to national sports as a former speed skater.
A proudly open member of the LGBTQ2S+ community, Ana Pac writes and performs songs focused on positivity and acceptance — with “Bite The Rainbow” soaring as no exception.
As such, it’s a song close to Ana’s heart. With her “be you” messaging, she continues to exude confidence and kindness as she supports people to embrace who they are with love and joy.
“My message to others is to encourage them to celebrate their differences so that we may build better hearts and minds,” she says. “Let LOVE rule!”
“Bite The Rainbow” is available now from Roar Records Inc. through Slammin Media and distributed worldwide by Believe Distribution.