Capicua: “I don’t see myself having a career until I’m 80 like Caetano Veloso”

On Posto Emissor, BLITZ’s weekly podcast, Capicua expressed his admiration for Caetano Veloso and other music veterans, such as Gilberto Gil or Sérgio Godinho, showing doubts about their ability to have the same musical longevity.

“I’m very grateful to writing for allowing me to make music, but I don’t see myself having a musical career until I’m 80, like Caetano or Gilberto Gil. It surprises me that they still manage to make a living from this profession that requires so much dedication, so much driving force and so much exposure, in an industry that is not exactly beautiful”, he says.

You can hear the complete answer from Capicua, who has just edited the book “Aquário”, composed of chronicles, poems and song lyrics, starting at 37m 28s.

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