Born in Munich, Canal’s international upbringing positioned her to speak on a global platform. A proud “third culture kid,” she lived everywhere from Shanghai, Tokyo, Amsterdam, London, and Dubai to Atlanta, New York. The partnership later yielded “City Shoes,” which gained 7.5 million Spotify streams. At the end of her second semester at New York University, Michael Franti serendipitously invited her on tour via Instagram message. She went on to grace hallowed stages such as Red Rocks Amphitheater, the Apollo, and The Kennedy Center in addition to supporting Lawrence, Emily King, and Mac Ayres, among others.
Impressively, she managed to do all of this having been born with one arm as a result of Amniotic Band Syndrome. The LGBTQ, Spanish-American, and differently-abled songstress draws on an impassioned positivity. Her forthcoming 2020 EP emanates boundless confidence with her inspiring take on pop music, beginning with the lead single “Drama”.