Xania is an writer, producer and internationally-touring tap-dancing performer from Montreal.   She fuses chunky hip-hop beats with cabaret-style showmanship, electronic synth-pop hooks with flourishes of tap-dancing. Armed with a bubble gun, confetti and diamond-encrusted tap-shoes, Xania’s live shows are interactive, engaging, entertaining and guaranteed to make you smile.

Before embarking on a solo career, Xania was one-half of the synth-pop duo ‘Trike’.  Together, they released 4 albums, toured Europe and Canada extensively and won Canadian talent competition ‘The Gong Show.’

In 2015 Xania wrote and recorded her second solo album ‘All Alone Together’, which was released in November, thanks to a successful crowdfunding campaign. She also completed two lengthy European tours (France, Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands), played Pop Montreal , the Fringe Festival Montreal and toured the East Coast of Canada.

“Xania has forged an enviable reputation on the music scene because of her surprising and explosive performances….she demonstrates that she has earned her place on the electro-hip-hop scene.” – Louis-Philippe Labrèche, le Canal Auditif

“A mix of Coco Rosie, Peaches and Fred Astaire” – T-Bones

“Our attention is captivated by the rhymes of the rapper, she truly shines,” – André Péloquin, Voir Magazine

“highly recommended” -Tantepop, Christian.

En français-

Des rappeuses montréalaises qui fusionnent hip-hop et électro, il y en a des tas. Mais celles qui dansent aussi la claquette ne sont pas légion. On oserait même affirmer que Xania est unique en son genre. Armée de confettis et d’un fusil à bulles de savon, souliers de claquettes incrustés de diamants aux pieds, elle rappe et « claque » sans merci, donnant une performance à couper le souffle.

“La Montréalaise s’est forgé une enviable réputation sur la scène musicale en raison de ses performances aussi surprenantes qu’éclatées…. Xania démontre qu’elle a sa place sur la scène électro-hip-hop.” – Louis-Philippe Labrèche, le Canal Auditif

“Un mélange de Coco Rosie, Peaches et Fred Astaire,” – T-Bones

“Sourires garantis,” 8/10.” – Olivier Dénommée, Critique de Salon

“Notre attention est donc portée par les rimes de la rappeuse. Là où elle brille, justement,” – André Péloquin, Voir.