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