There’s no shortage of tributes to the “Queen of Tejano” at the Houston rodeo this year.

Since the rodeo officially began, artists have been showing their love for Selena Quintanilla-Pérez at the last venue where she performed in 1995 before she was killed less than two months later.

Kacey Musgraves

Texas native Kacey Musgraves treated the crowd to a taste of Selena’s music during her debut performance at the rodeo on Feb. 25.

Shortly after winning four Grammys for her country album, Musgraves sang "Como La Flor," the last song Selena performed during her performance at RodeoHouston.

"I love the queen Selena just as much as you do!" Musgraves told the roaring crowd.

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Prince Royce

As the crowd sang along and waved their phones to the music, Prince Royce gave an emotional performance on Feb. 26 of “No Me Queda Mas” — one of Selena’s most famous songs.

Suzette Quintanilla, Selena’s sister, thanked the artist in an Instagram video she posted of the tribute, which was performed on the 24th anniversary of Selena’s final concert.

“Wow! How awesome!” Quintanilla said in the post. “Today is definitely a mark in history for one of the most iconic concerts of Selena y Los Dinos.”

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Cardi B

While she didn’t perform a Selena song on the rodeo stage, Cardi B did surpass the previous rodeo concert attendance record when she performed to a record crowd of 75,580.

But in an Instagram video recorded after the performance, Cardi B said seeing a picture of Selena outside of her dressing room gave her comfort before she began belting out the lyrics to "Como la Flor."

"When I saw this picture, out of all the outfits that she wore, for me to see this picture with this outfit — this was the inspiration for 'Please Me' — I knew I was going to be alright,” Cardi B said in the video.

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Camila Cabello

After a long string of moving tributes, Camila Cabello became the fourth rodeo performer this year to put her own spin on honoring Selena during her performance on Tuesday.

Before transitioning to her own ballad, “Consequences,” Cabello chose to sing "Dreaming of You," a touching love song by Selena which was released two weeks after her death.

“55,001 souls dreaming of Selena last night at the Houston rodeo,” Cabello said on Twitter. “We love you, Selena.”

55,001 souls dreaming of Selena last night at the Houston rodeo. We love you,

— camila (@Camila_Cabello)March 6, 2019

But the rodeo's not over yet. What sort of Selena tribute does DJ Zedd have planned? Or the "King of Country" himself, George Strait? We'll be watching this Kacey Musgraves video on repeat till then.