With a career spanning over three decades, the most influential Mexican singer, composer and actress in the Latin industry has sold millions of albums worldwide. Her powerful voice, unrivaled interpretation and innate talent for composing has made her the most successful Latin Female Mexican composer in the world. With more than 500 compositions to her name, she was recognized with the prestigious “BMI President’s Award.” In 2020, Trevi released “Grande”, a song about female empowerment alongside the iconic Spanish artist Mónica Naranjo, and her “Diosa de Noche” tour solidified her as the Mexican artist with the most impact on concert ticket sales in the Latin music industry. Pollstar magazine named Trevi as the highest grossing Mexican artist in box office sales, and her tour “Diosa de la Noche” claimed the #10 spot in Pollstar’s “Live75,” setting record sales in her native Mexico. With an unrivaled convening power, Trevi released “Demasiado Fragiles” inspired by the pandemic. Recently, Trevi released her highly anticipated album/DVD “Diosa de la Noche: En Vivo” which was filmed at the monumental Arena Ciudad de México, taking fans on a two-hour journey that includes more than 30 hits of her musical repertoire. In recent months, Trevi has been able to support communities affected by the pandemic through her Ana Dalia foundation and has partnered with México Artesanal to employ almost 400 people in the community.