Four new tunes from the NorteñoBlog milieu join this week’s charts. At the top of the heap, cracking the top 20 on the Hot Latin chart, is the latest mind numbing ballad from Banda MS, “A Lo Mejor.” You’re forgiven if you’ve forgotten “A Lo Mejor” since we last encountered it, because IT NUMBED YOUR MIND. But the video is entertaining twist-ending novela fare; you can tell it cost a lot, and that nobody shooting the video could remember the song they were supposedly depicting, either.

The other three new songs, all near the bottom of the Regional Mexican airplay chart, sound better to varying degrees. Arrolladora’s “Confesion” is faster and more minor-keyed than much of their recent output. Faint praise, but then, it’s been a while since these guys left an impression. Los Tucanes’ corrido “Suena La Banda” stomps along with guest stars Código FN. Several several members of Código are confined to standing around singing in their sparkly jackets without their instruments, but their tubist gets in some good licks, and both bands’ drummers find a way to coexist. Even better is the magic changes title track from Vete Acostumbrando, the latest album by psychedelic corridista and family man Larry Hernández. Lots of crammed-in words and snarling, which beats Larry attempting to croon.

It’d be this week’s Pick to Click if NorteñoBlog wasn’t a total sucker for Tito “El Bambino” and his attempts to sound like a more romantic Pet Shop Boys. Like the aforementioned Banda MS song, “Como Antes” enters the Hot Latin top 20. Unlike Banda MS, Tito plays majestic reggaeton synth pop with pounding drums and low voices comically interjecting things like “MAMACITA” every so often. Great vocal harmonies, too. The acerbic voice of Zion &/or Lennox appears midway through to scrape the plaque from your heart.

And prepare your balloons and money showers and whatnot, because King Romeo’s at #2 with the 99-WEEK-OLD “Propuesta Indecente,” and he shows no sign of backing down. More power to him. “Propuesta Indecente” has always been at war WITH TIME ITSELF.

These are the top 25 Hot Latin Songs and top 20 Regional Mexican Songs, courtesy Billboard, as published June 27.

1. “El Perdón” – Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias
2. “Propuesta Indecente” – Romeo Santos (99 WEEKS OLD)
3. “La Gozadera” – Gente de Zona ft. Marc Anthony
4. “Fanatica Sensual” – Plan B
5. “Hilito” – Romeo Santos
6. “El Amor De Su Vida” – Julión Álvarez y Su Norteño Banda (#1 RegMex)
7. “Hablame de Ti” – Banda MS (#5 RegMex) (snoooooozzzzzz)
8. “Sigueme y Te Sigo” – Daddy Yankee
9. “Malditas Ganas” – El Komander (#2 RegMex)
10. “Nota de Amor” – Wisin + Carlos Vives ft. Daddy Yankee

11. “Te Metiste” – Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho (#6 RegMex)
12. “Me Sobrabas Tu” – Banda Los Recoditos (#4 RegMex)
13. “Pierdo la Cabeza” – Zion & Lennox
14. “Contigo” – Calibre 50 (#9 RegMex)
15. “Mi Verdad” – Maná ft. Shakira
16. “Solita” – Prince Royce
17. “Mi Vicio Mas Grande” – Banda El Recodo (#3 RegMex)
18. “Perdido En Tus Ojos” – Don Omar ft. Natti Natasha
19. “A Lo Mejor” – Banda MS (#10 RegMex)
20. “Como Antes” – Tito “El Bambino” ft. Zion & Lennox

21. “El Cholo” – Gerardo Ortiz (#7 RegMex)
22. “La Mordidita” – Ricky Martin ft. Yotuel
23. “Back It Up” – Prince Royce ft. Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull
24. “Me Voy Enamorando (Remix)” – Chino & Nacho ft. Farruko
25. “El Taxi” – Pitbull ft. Sensato & Osmani Garcia

“Lejos De Aqui” – Farruko
“Un Zombie A La Intemperie” – Alejandro Sanz
“Ay Vamos” – J Balvin

8. “Bonito Y Bello” – La Septima Banda

11. “Calla y Me Besas” – Enigma Norteña
12. “Como Tu No Hay Dos” – Los Huracanes del Norte
13. “Si Te Vuelvo a Ver” – La Maquinaria Norteña
14. “Cuál Adiós” – La Bandononona Clave Nueva de Max Peraza
15. “Que Tal Si Eres Tu” – Los Tigres Del Norte
16. “Unas Heladas” – Grupo Máximo Grado
17. “Debajo Del Sombrero” – Leandro Rios ft. Pancho Uresti
18. “Suena La Banda” – Los Tucanes de Tijuana ft. Código FN
19. “Vete Acostumbrando” – Larry Hernández
20. “Confesion” – Arrolladora

“Cuando La Miro” – Luis Coronel
“Levantando Polvadera” – Voz De Mando
“Que Aun Te Amo” – Pesado
“El Que Se Enamora Pierde” – Banda Carnaval