Ana Lía lights up a room. Her voice captivates audiences with its bright, rich, and warm tone, as she impersonates the soul of each song in a way that transcends spoken language. She is vibrant, effortlessly charming, and her performances a delightful blend of powerful, emotional and fun. A Dominican-Canadian, Ana Lía’s childhood and adolescence in Santo Domingo, was surrounded by a diversity of music genres. Rhythmic Dominican and Latin songs, jazz, Spanish and English pop, R&B, flamenco, hip-hop, and even classical, shaped the way she crafts music today.
In 2020, Ana Lía launched herself as a solo artist and has released five singles (Abul, Samaná, I Could Get Used To This, La Puerta, Sí. No. No sé.) and three music videos to date. In less than two years, she’s garnered on Spotify over 158K streams and more than 91K listeners in 57 countries. This up and coming firecracker is here to stay and infect us with her luminous energy.