Pedro Capó releases 'La Neta,' his new album
The Puerto Rican says this is the "most personal" work he has produced.
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With his single "Volver a Casa," Pedro Capó announced his new album, La Neta, which is his most personal project to date, discussing things like his relationships, love and frustrations. To date, "Volver a Casa" already has more than 1 million views on Youtube.
"Well family here I leave you a piece of my soul. I hope #LaNeta resonates with you and accompanies you through your processes. #Thanks," wrote the artist on his Twitter account, informing his followers about the new release.
The artist explained during an interview with EFE that the new album is a compilation of themes that he feels "are important to bring to the table collectively and personal moments of relief of mine as well, and always looking for that connection, those emotional common denominators of the human experience," he said.
This is the sixth studio work made by the Puerto Rican, who achieved fame with the worldwide hit "Calma," and is a synthesis of the last two years of his life that he calls "intense."
"It's an album that means truth, it's a collection of songs that embrace realities that went through different processes in my life. Sonically there is a change, it is an album that was made entirely in my house, I wrote and produced everything there and it gives it a particular honesty," the artist said a statement.
La Neta contains several songs characterized by urban rhythms such as "Hoy Me Siento Cabrón," but it also has some ballads such as "5 y 3."
The album is the Puerto Rican's favorite so far, he told EFE, and it is available on all streaming platforms.