Kany Garcia


Born in Puerto Rico, the renowned acoustic-pop singer-songwriter Kany García is a unique and unmistakable talent whose expressive performances, vivid wordplay and perceptive lyrics have made her the voice of young women across Latin America and the United States. After studying music at a professional level, Kany García released her first album Cualquier Día(Any Day, 2007) on Sony Music Latin. It was the most acclaimed debut of the year, earning her two Latin GRAMMYs® – Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Album. With hits such as “Hoy Ya Me Voy” (Today I Leave), “Esta Soledad” (This Loneliness) and “Amigo en el Baño” (Bathroom Buddy), this record was hailed by a new generation of music lovers. Her latest album Soy Yo(It’s Me, 2018), received four Latin GRAMMY® nominations and was named one of the 50 Best Albums of 2018 So Far – among all genres – by Billboard magazine. Kany kicked off 2019 on the right foot with her February 2 sold-out concert at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan, where she was joined by such guest artists as Natti Natasha, Pedro Capó, Residente, and Tommy Torres. The concert also marked Kany and Tommy’s live debut of “Quédate” (Stay), the first single from her upcoming sixth studio album “Contra El Viento”. As a composer, Kany has written songs for legendary artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Roberto Carlos, Chayanne and more.

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