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Gloria Trevi is a famous Mexican pop-rock singer, songwriter.
Early Life and Childhood
Gloria Trevi was born on February 15, 1968 in Monterrey, Nuevo Le?n, Mexico. Gloria Trevi left Monterrey at the age of 16 to pursue a career in Mexico City, where she met her future manager Sergio Andrade. Before meeting Andrade, she sang and danced on the streets for spare change, teaching aerobics and serving quesadillas at a food stand.
In 1985, she was a member of a short-lived girl group named Boquitas Pintadas . After the break up of the band in 1988, Gloria Trevi approached Sergio Andrade for the production of her first solo album, "...Que Hago Aqui?"
Start of Career
Trevi released her first album in 1989, ?Que Hago Aqu??. The album scored an instant number one hit, "Dr. Psiquiatra", and four other songs from that album climbed the charts. Trevi followed up her first record with the 1990 album Tu ?ngel de la guarda, which became more successful than the previous one.
"Pelo Suelto" became her most widely known hit, reaching number one all over Latin America and Spain as well as becoming popular with the Latino population in the United States. Her third album, Me siento tan sola, was released in 1992 becoming another hit, "Zapatos Viejos". These albums were recorded in Los Angeles.
Style of Music
Although her lyrics consists of heavy sexual references: direct or indirect, and she usually aims at exposing hypocrites, addressing issues like hunger, prostitution, religion and war deaths.
As a result, Gloria made powerful enemies, including the Mexican government. Gloria Trevi also became known as a challenger to the machismo ideas of many of Mexico's men, breaking social standards and taking a feminist stand point on many of her songs.
Despite the way she portrayed herself on stage, she was very popular among Mexican and Latin American children. It was common for young girls and teenage females to imitate Gloria's concert attire. In other songs, Gloria touches bold issues and expresses her views. Trevi is a sensitive artists and has been seen cry during her interviews.
Unique Recording Techniques
Gloria Trevi is famous for employing unique recording techniques. Many of her songs make use of background chorus and uncommon tricks along with sounds. In "Dr. Psiquiatra" she starts the song with sound of glass breaking. In most of her songs, she shouts incessantly; except in Hoy no voy a Gritar, where she remains silent for children who have died as forced soldiers, among other things.
Filming a Movie
Trevi then filmed a movie, called Pelo Suelto. In it, she participated with Humberto Zurita. The film topped the Mexican box office, setting new box office records. Her second movie, also named after her song, Zapatos Viejos, was released, acting opposite to boxing champion Jorge "el Maromero" Paez.
Releasing of Calendar
Gloria Trevi also released a calendar, which was considered by fans and critics to be very suggestive and sexually oriented. After the initial success of the first one, Gloria released several calendars in the following years. Her calendars were the first to be released in Mexico, and every calendar sold around 200 thousand of copies.
Latest Album - C?mo nace el universo
Trevi quickly hit the studio, recording her latest album, C?mo nace el universo, which scored a decent success rate in the United States, being certified platinum and being nominated for Pop Album of the Year at the 2005 Billboard Music Awards.
She then left for a nation-wide sold-out tour titled Trevolucion. The tour had performances in arenas like El Palacio de Los Deportes in Mexico in front of 14,000 fans as well as Arena Monterrey with 12,000 fans .
Afterwards, the Mexican Superstar promoted La Trayectoria, which includes 14 of her greatest hits Live as well as four new unedited songs including "Todos Me Miran". The album also includes a Live DVD of her songs, La Trayectoria has been certified gold in Mexico (for her 50,000 copies sold).
La Trayectoria has also been certified gold in the United States for sales of over 100,000 copies. "Todos Me Miran" become a popular song in Latin America and Spain. It became a hit in Argentina, Venezuela, Spain, United States, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico and Mexico. The album has sold over 250,000 copies worldwide.
2007 - Una Rosa Blu
In 2007, Gloria Trevi released the album Una Rosa Blu. It shipped over 48,000 copies the first day in the United States. It has been certified gold in Mexico ( 70,000 copies).