Pedro Capo


Pedro Capó is an award-winning Puerto Rican singer/songwriter, musician, and actor who has scored numerous hits throughout Latin America. The grandson of Puerto Rican legend Bobby Capó, Pedro initially rose to fame in the rock en español band Marka Registradaduring the late ’90s prior to embarking on a solo career the following decade. He broke through with “Estoy Enamorado,” a 2009 duet with Thalía, and remained a mainstay on Billboard’s Latin charts throughout the 2010s; two of his full-lengths, Aquila (2014) and En Letra de Otro (2017), charted in the Top Five of the Top Latin Albums and Latin Pop Albums charts. He scored his biggest international hit with 2018’s “Calma,” which topped the charts in dozens of countries, both in its original form and through remixes featuring Farruko and Alicia Keys, and won a Latin Grammy for Song of the Year.

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