Gloria Trevi: La Trayectoria Trailer

Gloria Trevi: La Trayectoria Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

Gloria Trevi, the iconic Latin pop star often called "the Mexican Madonna," follows up a stormy, headline-making chapter of her life with this album, her first with record label Univision. Features include live performances of Trevi thrilling live audiences in Mexico City and Monterrey with hits old and new. The playlist includes "La Pasabas Bien Conmigo," "Zapatos Viejos," "Que Voy a Hacer Sin El?" "Si Me Llevas Contigo" and others.

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Mexico 01 January 2006

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