From Christian Nodal's 'Te Falle' to Gerardo Ortiz's 'Egoista,' 5 Regional Mexican Songs You Should Be Listening To Right Now

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Gerardo Ortiz performs onstage during Telemundo's Latin American Music Awards at the Dolby Theatre on Oct. 8, 2015 in Hollywood, Calif.

Ah, Regional Mexican songs -- they make us weep, they make us sing at the top of our lungs, they make us remember the good and bad times.

Whether it’s a heartfelt ranchera by Vicente Fernandez or a danceable Tejano by Selena Quintanilla, Regional Mexican music is home to many other popular genres, including Banda, Mariachi, Duranguense and Norte?a, to name a few.

Yes, the Latin urban scene is on fire right now, but many Mexican artists are also killing the game. Here are five songs you should be listening to right now, based on the Regional Mexican Songs chart.

“Que Bonita Es Querer” - Ulices Chaidez & Sus Plebes

On the week of Aug. 4, this fairytale tune marks its sixth week at No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Songs chart.

“En Peligro de Extinción” - La Adictiva

This heartbreaking song nabs the title for “Greatest Gainer This Week” as it bumps 7-2 on the chart.

“Te Fallé” - Christian Nodal

Meanwhile, 19-year-old singer Christian Nodal stays steady at No. 3 for eight weeks with his tearjerker “Te Fallé.”

“Egoista” - Gerardo Ortiz

It’s easy to see why people are relating to Gerardo Ortiz’s “Egosita.” After seven weeks on the chart, the song bumps from No. 12 to No. 7 (chart dated Aug. 4).

“Oye Mujer” - Raymix

Raymix is also making the rounds with his electro-cumbia “Oye Mujer,” a song that currently sits at No. 8 but nabbed him his first No. 1 on the May 5-dated chart.

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