born on 8/5/1975 in Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain


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Princessa, born Mónica Capel Cruz, is a Spanish pop/dance singer. Born on 18 May 1975, she first became known for her participation in "World On Ice" in Madrid and in Spain's Gran Circo Mundial. She was discovered by producer Frank Peterson at age 16 and a few years later recorded her first album. She has produced three full-length records released in Europe and Japan, and a fourth, All I Want, is in production, having released the title single. Princessa recorded a cover version of Valerie Dore's The Night on her self-titled debut.



  • 1993 Princessa (EMI Electrola)
  • 1996 Calling You (East West Records)
  • 1997 Princessa (East West Records)
  • 1999 I Won't Forget You (East West Records)


  • 1993 "Rojo Y Llanto" (EMI Electrola)
  • 1994 "Ensalza Tu Amor" (EMI Electrola)
  • 1994 "Tú estás loco" (EMI Electrola)
  • 1996 "Calling You" (East West Records)
  • 1996 "Anyone But You" (East West Records)
  • 1997 "Try To Say I'm Sorry" (East West Records)
  • 1997 "Baila Al Ritmo" (East West Records)
  • 1997 "Vivo" (East West Records)
  • 1997 "Summer Of Love" (East West Records)
  • 1998 "Snowflakes" (East West Records)
  • 1999 "I Won't Forget You" (East West Records)
  • 1999 "(You Just) Believe In You" (East West Records)
  • 2005 "All I Want" (Edel Records)

External links

  • Fan site
  • Nemo Studio
  • Princessa at MySpace
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