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No Tienes Remedio

by Roberto Junior

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One of Regional Mexican's most popular young singers, Roberto Jr. broke out in 2013 with the zumba-ready novelty dance track "El Coco No." No Tienes Remedio comes with two advance hit singles, the title track and "Te lo Adverti." Both are breakup songs, with soul-baring lyrics that would make a couples' therapist proud. While Roberto Jr. may be working on a newly sensitive -- if pissed off -- male persona, his lyrics on tracks like "Amo a las Viejas Borrachas" ("I Love Old Drunk Women") show that while love may stink, it's still funny.

About This Album

One of Regional Mexican's most popular young singers, Roberto Jr. broke out in 2013 with the zumba-ready novelty dance track "El Coco No." No Tienes Remedio comes with two advance hit singles, the title track and "Te lo Adverti." Both are breakup songs, with soul-baring lyrics that would make a couples' therapist proud. While Roberto Jr. may be working on a newly sensitive -- if pissed off -- male persona, his lyrics on tracks like "Amo a las Viejas Borrachas" ("I Love Old Drunk Women") show that while love may stink, it's still funny.

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About This Album

One of Regional Mexican's most popular young singers, Roberto Jr. broke out in 2013 with the zumba-ready novelty dance track "El Coco No." No Tienes Remedio comes with two advance hit singles, the title track and "Te lo Adverti." Both are breakup songs, with soul-baring lyrics that would make a couples' therapist proud. While Roberto Jr. may be working on a newly sensitive -- if pissed off -- male persona, his lyrics on tracks like "Amo a las Viejas Borrachas" ("I Love Old Drunk Women") show that while love may stink, it's still funny.