MEXICO CITY (AP) .- After the storm comes calm … or rather the mental vacation on a “divine island” that Gloria Trevi invites her fans to take after the pandemic on her thirteenth studio album.“The paradise that we dream of and carry within us and that if we dream it we can make it come true, Isla Divina is about emerging from the apocalypse and making this world different,” he said the singer-songwriter in an interview. Packed with electronic music, trap and dance beats, the 12-track album, released Thursday on Universal Music Latin, feels like walking into a nightclub with Gloria Trevi in mid-2022, a welcome update for those who like to sing along .classics like “Doctor Psychiatrist”. “I’m taking you to a very deep part, because in ‘Isla Divina’ there is sea, we will enter the sea of our being. We can be on the surface, nice, pretty, surf, or we can dive and go to infinity. For this production, the performer brought together veteran producers like Mexicans Armando Ávila, Eduardo Bladinieres and Gil Elguezabal with promising youngsters like Dominicans Alcover and YoFred. He has also called in Erika Ender, Marcela de la Garza and Leonel García for the composition, while for the interpretation he has Guaynaa as guests in “Nos viomos locos”; Mónica Naranjo in “Grande” and Timo Nuñez in “La recaída”. Along with the album release, Gloria Trevi released the video for the single “Él se equequó”, which was filmed in Miami and directed by Pablo Croce. The song is about a love triangle between teenagers who remember their protagonists as adults. “The song has a lot of salsa, but with these sounds it’s also semi-urban, electronic, avant-garde; It’s one of those that are danced to,” said the artist. “But it’s also heartbreaking, it has to be danced with open arms and in tears.” “Grande” with Mónica Naranjo, which she released as a single in January 2020, with a video that has amassed more than 54 million views on YouTube, is another one that leans more towards synthesizers and dance. “I’ve always liked ‘punchis punchis’ music,” said Gloria Trevi, using a Mexican term for electronic music. “I really like music that makes you move, dance, jump when it reaches your heart.” One of the topics that’s sure to spark conversation is “perfume,” which invites single women to empower themselves, to dress up and encourage each other to go in search of love again. “Second, first and sixth round, it doesn’t matter,” he said. “It’s a song that has a lot of images and, since it’s very nice (genuine), very funny.” Gloria Trevi explained that the song reads “I no longer want to be the mother of my pets” because it shows when someone is single if they only post photos with their kittens or puppies on their social networks. “I’m in a lot of photos with my pets right when I’m getting mad at my husband,” she laughed. He dedicates “Sangre Caliente” to Mexico, another very electronic song, but with a lot of Latin flair. “Imagine a concert on September 15th in Las Vegas and feel all this avalanche, all this power, this rhythm of the Mexican army,” he said as he contemplated how he’d like to play it live. The album also includes rock, ballads and trap, the latter genre in “Justo como tú” which he composed for his children and which he also dedicates to his fans. “The way they are… the way I need them. They’re perfect for me,” she said of her sons Ángel, 20, and Miguel Armando, 16, who are very loving to each other and to her, even remotely, when she’s on tour. “We tell each other very consciously that we love each other,” Gloria added. “I think it’s very important that all people say it and don’t assume they already know. You have to express that.” Miguel Armando is growing up, to the point where he’s carrying her and playing tricks on her, she said. Ángel, on the other hand, is very focused on his role as a protective older brother. “I think that as a person I have a lot of flaws but I try to be the best version of myself, including as a mom,” she shared. “I have two boys here on earth to put my feet on the ground and I have a girl in heaven for my little path of stars,” she added, referring to her firstborn Ana Dalay, who died just weeks after she was born in 1999. Gloria Trevi celebrated 20 years of marriage to Armando Gómez, an occasion she commemorates Instagram celebrated.
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