Ana Pac shares music video for her new single, “Bite The Rainbow”

ANA PAC Empowers & Inspires with “Bite The Rainbow”

Toronto, ON-based LGBTQIA+ dance-pop artist Ana Pac has unveiled her new single, “Bite The Rainbow,” in advance of her 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 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. Her “be you” messaging 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!”

Watch the video for “Bite The Rainbow” below and learn more about Ana Pac via her mini-interview.

Care to introduce yourself to our readers?

My name is Ana Pac, a Canadian singer-songwriter and dancer. I believe that if you change how you see things, the things you see change. When you look for the good in everything, you transform your life into a beautiful journey. Take the time to figure out who you truly are and live your best life as your true authentic self. BE YOU!

What’s the best part of living in Toronto, ON?

Life in Toronto is filled with all kinds of art wherever you go. It gives everyone the opportunity to express their individuality, and the diversity and the multicultural dynamic of Toronto allow everyone to see themselves and become a part of its amazing artistic world.

What did you learn about yourself you still use while you were an athlete?

In the same way that I needed to physically and mentally train to be strong as a short-track speed skater, I needed to do the same and have the same drive and discipline to achieve my goals as a performer. Practice and training are key.

Who was the first artist to knock you sideways?

The Backstreet Boys! Their boy band pop sound and harmonies are breathtaking. Not to mention they put on an AMAZING concert.

What’s the one album by a Canadian artist that everyone should have in their collection?

Justin Bieber!!! My favourite is his Believe album, but his sound and creativity have evolved to a more mature sound in his newest album, Justice. I definitely enjoy the fact that as a listener/fan/Belieber, I was able to be a part of that journey and hear the transformation of his music.

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