Pedro Capó

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Pedro Capó
Pedro Capó at the 16th Latin GRAMMY Awards
Background information
Birth name Pedro Capó
Also known as Capó
Born (1980-11-14) November 14, 1980 (age 37)
Origin San Juan, Puerto Rico
Genres Pop music, Latin music, Dance-pop music,
Latin Pop/rock music
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, actor
Instruments Voice, guitar
Labels Sony Music

Pedro Capó (born on November 14, 1980 in Santurce, San Juan, Puerto Rico) artistically also Capó is a Puerto Rican musician and grandson of Puerto Rican singer Bobby Capó and former Miss Puerto Rico Irma Nydia Vazquez.[1]

Pedro picked up the guitar at an early age and quickly became proficient in the instrument, later playing guitar in and becoming the main voice of the group Marka Registrada.[2]

Currently, Pedro resides in New York, where he has starred in musical productions including: Apollo Theatre’s production of The Sweet Spot (NYC) and the Off-Broadway hit musical production of CELIA: The Life and Music of Celia Cruz.[3] He has also starred in the films Shut Up And Do It [4] and Paraiso Travel, which is directed by Simón Brand and co-stars John Leguizamo.[5]

At the moment,[when?] he is in the middle of the post-production of his album titled Capó.

In 2009, he performed a duet with popular Mexican singer Thalía called "Estoy Enamorado" from her new album Primera Fila and another duet with the Puerto Rican artist Kany García called "Si Tu Me Lo Pides".

In 2017, Capó joined multiple artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Estefan, and Rita Moreno on Lin-Manuel Miranda's "Almost Like Praying". All proceeds from the song benefitted the Hispanic Federation and its efforts to help those in Puerto Rico affected by Hurricane Maria.[6]

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