In this Emerging Headliner interview powered by JBL, Canadian pop powerhouse Xana reflects on the creation of her latest single Bad Bandit, her approach to songwriting, and the powerful emotive themes that she encompasses in her music.
Xana’s command of pop music keeps her songwriting enthralling, as her blissful vocals glide across the most intimate storytelling and worldbuilding. She encompasses themes of LGBTQ romance, female empowerment, sex positivity, self-reflection, and discovery across her flourishing repertoire.
Garnering support from several Spotify editorial playlists like New Music Friday Canada, The Locker, Fresh Finds Pop, Ready to Rock and Limelight to name a few, her music video for Kitchen Light has surpassed one million views on Youtube, while her total streams have surpassed 20 million on Spotify alone.
Following the success of her debut album, Xana is back with her new single Bad Bandit. Since connecting with producers Liam Moes and Shane Stephenson at the beginning of 2020, her musical endeavours have taken off. Finding inspiration in various different styles of music, Xana’s experimentalism thrives, as she dips her toes into whatever she’s connecting with at that moment.