Gloria Trevi Picks Her 5 Essential Tracks as a Songwriter


Gloria Trevi is greater than excited to be inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame on the 2018 La Musa Awards to be held on Oct. 18 at the James L. Knight Center in Miami.

Trevi has launched 13 albums and written greater than 400 songs, together with many who have made her the voice of her technology. Among her biggest hits are “Dr. Psiquiatra,” “Mañana,” “Pelo Suelto,” “Tu Angel de la Guarda” and “Zapatos VIejos,” amongst others.

But which songs are important for Gloria Trevi as songwriter? Billboard spoke with the Mexican singer-songwriter about her 5 most important compositions. See her checklist beneath and why she selected it.

"Dr. Psiquiatra"

"This music was the start. How to say hiya, I'm right here, take heed to me."

"El Recuento de los Daños"

"I used to be 21 years outdated. It's the reminiscence of every little thing dangerous."

"Como Nace el Universo"

"It jogs my memory of my youngsters, to really feel God and that I'm blessed."

"Todos Me Miran"

"There was a time when everybody checked out me and I didn't know if it was admiration or in the event that they judged me for every little thing that was taking place at that second."

"El Sabor de la Soledad"

"It all the time makes me cry. It is a music of hope."