Just one day after Kacey Musgraves’ yee haw cover of “Como La Flor” went viral, the tributes to Selena’s mythical string of shows at the Houston Rodeo keep pouring in. Starting in 1993, Selena famously wowed fans at the concert series for three years in a row, which culminated in the famed 1995 Astrodome show that became the Queen of Tejano’s final televised performance.
Yet another night of the city’s signature event unfolded on Tuesday, and this time, U.S.-born Dominican bachatero Prince Royce took the headlining slot, where a crowd of over 55,000 people gathered to watch the show.
Royce performed several of his hits, but fans were particularly thrilled when he sang a rendition of “No Me Queda Más.” According to a press release, Royce climbed a 16-foot crane into the air, where he hovered above the crowd and belted his version of the Selena classic. The cover arrived on the 24th anniversary of the famed Astrodome show.
Watch Royce’s cover and check out more photos below:
Prince Royce tributing Selena on the anniversary of her last performance. pic.twitter.com/H4ZugJMn8u
— Isaiah Colin (@Isaiah_Colin) February 27, 2019