10 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Given his musical theater background, it’s no surprise that Pedro Capó fills his latest album with high drama, pushing those stage-trained pipes to ecstatic release on power ballads like opener “Azucar Amargo.” But the Puerto Rican heartthrob is also a shape-shifter, gliding between soulful retro pop and up-to-the-minute sleekness on En Letra de Otro. Capó swaggers while the beats rumble like a ’60s dance-craze hit (“Amor Prohibido”), and he smolders atop modern tropical grooves that inspire real shivers (“Otro Día Más Sin Verte”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

Given his musical theater background, it’s no surprise that Pedro Capó fills his latest album with high drama, pushing those stage-trained pipes to ecstatic release on power ballads like opener “Azucar Amargo.” But the Puerto Rican heartthrob is also a shape-shifter, gliding between soulful retro pop and up-to-the-minute sleekness on En Letra de Otro. Capó swaggers while the beats rumble like a ’60s dance-craze hit (“Amor Prohibido”), and he smolders atop modern tropical grooves that inspire real shivers (“Otro Día Más Sin Verte”).

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