Often hailed as "the Mexican Madonna," pop star Gloria Trevi has sold over 20 million records and is known for her provocative, sometimes sociopolitical, chart toppers. Trevi's career began in 1985 when she was a member of the girl group Boquitas Pintadas. After the group disbanded a few years later, she teamed up with Sergio Andrade to produce her solo debut, 1989's ¿Que Hago Aqui?. The album gave Trevi her first number one hit, "Dr. Psiquiatra."
Her followup, Tu Angel de la Guarda, was an even bigger success, charting at #4 on Billboard's Latin Pop Albums chart. 1992's Me Siento Tan Sola continued Trevi's reign on top of the charts. A prominent cultural voice in Spanish-language pop music, Trevi has steadily released albums for two and a half decades, with her most recent full-length, El Amor, out just this August .
In support of El Amor's release, Gloria Trevi stopped by Amoeba Hollywood for an album signing. Loyal fans dressed to the nines and lined up outside the store, thrilled to meet her. Trevi also sat down with our What's in My Bag? crew to share her love of horror films and psychological thrillers. She chose films like Pan's Labyrinth and Silence of the Lambs, as well as iconic albums by Michael Jackson and Adele.