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About Ana Laan

Her mother is American and her Spanish father is a literature professor, and she grew up fluent in English, Spanish and Swedish. But if Ana Laan's heritage is hard to classify, her music isn't: it's some of the most cosmopolitan pop out there, code-switching effortlessly and underscoring her cool, almost bossa nova-style voice with the subtlest electronic beats. Her 2004 release, Oregano, was a delicate but bewitching salvo into the global singer-songwriter fray; 2008's Chocolate and Roses was a randier but no less enjoyable follow-up.

Listen toAna Laanon Rhapsody

Her mother is American and her Spanish father is a literature professor, and she grew up fluent in English, Spanish and Swedish. But if Ana Laan's heritage is hard to classify, her music isn't: it's some of the most cosmopolitan pop out there, code-switching effortlessly and underscoring her cool, almost bossa nova-style voice with the subtlest electronic beats. Her 2004 release, Oregano, was a delicate but bewitching salvo into the global singer-songwriter fray; 2008's Chocolate and Roses was a randier but no less enjoyable follow-up.

About Ana Laan

Her mother is American and her Spanish father is a literature professor, and she grew up fluent in English, Spanish and Swedish. But if Ana Laan's heritage is hard to classify, her music isn't: it's some of the most cosmopolitan pop out there, code-switching effortlessly and underscoring her cool, almost bossa nova-style voice with the subtlest electronic beats. Her 2004 release, Oregano, was a delicate but bewitching salvo into the global singer-songwriter fray; 2008's Chocolate and Roses was a randier but no less enjoyable follow-up.

About Ana Laan

Her mother is American and her Spanish father is a literature professor, and she grew up fluent in English, Spanish and Swedish. But if Ana Laan's heritage is hard to classify, her music isn't: it's some of the most cosmopolitan pop out there, code-switching effortlessly and underscoring her cool, almost bossa nova-style voice with the subtlest electronic beats. Her 2004 release, Oregano, was a delicate but bewitching salvo into the global singer-songwriter fray; 2008's Chocolate and Roses was a randier but no less enjoyable follow-up.