Latin music female artists Gloria Trevi, Kat Dahlia, La Marisoul, and Leslie Grace are slated to participate on “The Annual Billboard Divas Panel,” taking place during the 25th annual Billboard Latin Music Conference Presented by State Farm®. The Conference will take place April 21-24, 2014, at the JW Marriott Marquis in Miami, FL.
Female pop singer, Gloria Trevi, is currently embarked on an ambitious tour in support of her latest album “De Pelicula,” which includes her hits “No Soy un Pajaro” and “No Querias Lastimarme.” Rising star Kat Dahlia released her debut single “Gangsta,” in 2013 to critical acclaim and its video became a sensation with over 9.8 million VEVO views. She will release her debut album, “My Garden,” later this year.
Marisol “La Marisoul” Hernandez, lead vocalist of GRAMMY winning, Latin alternative band, La Santa Cecilia, is already leaving her mark thanks to her distinctive voice and strong performances. The band members are in the works to release their new album “Someday New.” Billboard Latin Music Award finalist, Leslie Grace, launched her career two years ago with her hit “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.” Grace has been promoting her self-titled album, which also features “Be My Baby” and “Odio No Odiarte.”
Gloria Trevi, Kat Dahlia, La Marisoul and Leslie Grace join Italian pop music icon, singer-songwriter and record producer, Laura Pausini, to be featured on the exclusive Star Q&A “Laura Pausini: 20 Anos,” and a lineup of key industry leaders.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Billboard Latin Music Conference Presented by State Farm features four days of exclusive Q&A’s, provocative presentations, artist showcases, and exclusive events. The Conference celebrates this milestone providing attendees with exciting opportunities such as the Billboard Latin Music Marketing Awards, Powered by CLIO and Hosted by Telemundo and mun2, the Billboard En Concierto music series, the Billboard Latin Music Conference 25th Anniversary Concert, and the Billboard Latin Music Awards Presented by State Farm, a three-hour production that will broadcast live on Telemundo Thursday, April 24 at 8PM (7PM Central).