Ever since she embarked her career in 1989, Gloria Trevi has lived it all: sold-out concerts, No. 1 hit singles, roles in TV and film, well-deserved awards and even an arrest. Despite the ups and downs in the Mexican singer's trajectory, Trevi continues building her legacy. Five years ago, the songstress made an incredible comeback with her album "Gloria" after a four-year hiatus. She's then released "De Pelicula" in 2013 and "El Amor" in 2015. Due to her remarkable work, the 47-year-old star will receive a special award at the forthcoming 23rd annual BMI Latin Awards.

Trevi will be honored with BMI's President's Award at the star-studded event on March 2nd at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills. The awards ceremony honors the "songwriters and publishers of 2015's most-performed Latin songs on U.S. radio and TV," according to Billboard.

“Gloria Trevi has revolutionized Latin Pop,” Delia Orjuela, BMI’s VP, Latin writer/publisher relations, said in a statement about the singer who's sold more than 20 million records. “Breaking boundaries with her emotional, authentic songwriting and luminous performances, she has made an electrifying impact on Latin music for decades and continues to captivate legions of fans around the world.”