Best '90s Regional Mexican Love Songs

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Juan Gabriel photographed on June 26, 2000 during a concert in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. 

Picture it: it’s the weekend and with a glass of whiskey on the rocks or a cold cerveza in his hand, your tio is jamming to some great Regional Mexican tunes in his front lawn or backyard. If you’re Latino, chances are this sounds way too familiar.      

Truth is, the lyrics found in Regional Mexican songs are not only for weeping over a forgotten love, but also for expressing your deepest feelings to your partner. 

Billboard gathered some of the best 90’s Regional Mexican love songs to dedicate to your bae. Listen to some classics from Vicente Fernandez, Luis Miguel, Selena, and more below.


“Una Mujer Como Tu” - Marco Antonio Solis y Los Bukis

“Si Nos Dejan” - Luis Miguel

“Un Millon de Rosas” - La Mafia

“Amor Prohibido” - Selena Quintanilla

“Golpes en el Corazón” - Los Tigres del Norte

“Me Voy A Quitar de en Medio” - Vicente Fernandez

“Eres Mi Droga” - Intocable

“Es Verdad” - Los Tucanes de Tijuana

“Estoy Enamorado de Ti” - Juan Gabriel

“El Principe” - Grupo Limite

“Necesito Decirte” - Conjunto Primavera

“Te Ofrezco un Corazon” - Banda el Recodo

“Te Quiero Mucho” - Los Rieleros del Norte


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