Pedro Capó - Gracias

November 23, 2021

Pedro Capó begins the next chapter of his career with "Gracias", his first single after six months.

As an artist with the talent to excel in multiple genres, Pedro Capó always arouses our curiosity for his next move. In this song, he combines rap with the support of a rock band and lyrics in Spanish, English and French, creating an innovative mix that will be adored by millions of his fans.

Just as he did in the mega hit "Calma", Pedro Capó adds the language and flow of Puerto Rico as a tribute to his hometown, while sending a positive mood and reminding us of what matters in life. As the lyrics say: "Everything happens to us for a reason".

Pedro Capó co-wrote "Gracias" with two Colombian talents - singer Ale Zabala and producer and sound engineer Diego Contento.

The music video for "Gracias" was shot in San Juan, Puerto Rico and directed by Alejandro Pedrosa of Worldjunkies. The video focuses on Pedro Capó and highlights important moments of his life both family and personal as well as professional.

Pedro Capó gives us the perfect song for the holidays, a time when we traditionally think about everything we are grateful for.

Pedro Capó's previous single was "Tu Fanático" (Remix), an intense ballad featuring young Argentine rapper Nicki Nicole and veteran reggaetón star De La Ghetto. So far, "Tu Fanático" (Remix) has surpassed 5.3 million views.

The original version is included on Pedro Capó's "Munay" album, which was released in September 2020 and has quadrupled platinum in the United States and Puerto Rico. In addition, he has amassed over 5.4 billion streams and was nominated for the Latin Pop Grammy 2021 Best Pop Artist Album award.

Pedro Capó gained worldwide recognition early in his career with his hit song "Calma".

The original version of "Calma" won the Latin Grammy for Song of the Year in 2019, while its remix with the participation of Farruko received the Latin Grammy for Best Urban / Fusion Performance. "Calma" went double diamond in Mexico, diamond in the US and Peru and polyplatinine in Latin America and Europe. Pedro Capó even sang the song with Brazilian singer Anitta at the closing ceremony of the Copa América 2019 in Rio de Janeiro.

In September 2020, Pedro Capó released his fourth album, "Munay". The title of the album means "love" in the languages ​​of the Quechua (Indigenous people living in the Peruvian Andes) and examines the feeling of love in all its forms. Pedro Capó's most mature and personal record to date has included 11 songs produced by the legendary George Noriega.