Watch Kany Garcia Describe the Weirdest Object in Her Room in Fun Rapid-Fire Q&A

Kany Garcia was one of the headliners at “The World can Also Pop” panel during Latin Music Week in Las Vegas, where she talked about being a pop artist in an urban world alongside Beatriz Luengo, Pedro Capo, Sofia Reyes and Fonseca.

Before jumping onstage, however, the Puerto Rican singer played a rapid-fire Q&A game and answered all our fun questions below.

What’s the best memory you have of your childhood? Go out to the street and play until late, it’s something that we don’t see nowadays. I used to play from 3 in the afternoon until about 7 at night, playing hide-and-seek with my neighbors.

The best song to start a party: Lately I’ve been listening to “Con Calma” by Daddy Yankee, and now that he has the remix with Katy Perry, I like it a lot.

What was your favorite school subject? My favorite class in school was Physical Education. I had a great and relaxing time.

What new artist should we keep on our radar? She’s not that new, but I recently discovered her. Her name is Rozalen, she’s from Spain, and I love her.

What’s the weirdest object in your room? A Japanese doll that I bought in Epcot Center. Everyone that goes to my house asks me about it because he looks weird, kind of like an alien.

What’s the body part that you like the most (and least)? The part I like the most is my legs because I get many compliments. I have high self-esteem, but the part I least like could probably be a scar I have in my forehead.

Do you have a bad habit? I bite my nails and I struggle all the time to let them grow, but I know it will someday happen and I’ll arrive at the next Billboards with long nails.

What’s your favorite word? My favorite word is "thank you" -- there’s no doubt in that. Thank you.

The Billboard Latin Music Awards are the culmination of Billboard’s Latin Music Week, which will take place on April 22-25 at The Venetian in Las Vegas. Now in its 29th year, Latin Music Week & Conference is the biggest and longest-running event dedicated to Latin Music in the world. 


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