5 songs we hope to hear from Prince Royce at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo 2019
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Latin pop star Prince Royce is one of the headliners at this year's Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. The Bronx, New York native will take the stage at the NRG Stadium on Feb. 26 (Tickets).

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The heartthrob singer with Dominican roots has been charming audiences for almost a decade since dropping his self-titled debut album in 2010. He started out as a young, fresh talent on the bachata music scene and has since branched out with an English-language album and multiple Latin urban music collaborations.

Royce remains an important voice in the Latin community that's always pushing musical boundaries. Here's five songs that he hopefully includes in his HLSR setlist.

5. "Stand By Me" (2010)
Prince Royce broke out in 2010 thanks to his bachata music take on Ben E. King's eternal classic "Stand by Me." Not only was the production switched up, but he also made it accessible for a whole other community with his lyrics in both English and Spanish. It's a tender moment in his songbook.

4.  "Darte Un Beso" (2013)
For his third album, 2013's Soy El Mismo, Prince Royce kicked off with "Darte Un Beso" (Give You a Kiss). His brand of bachata music was even more magical with a ukulele in the mix. The love song's tropical twist made "Beso" a delectable listen.

3. "Ganas Locas" (2017)
On 2017's Five album, Prince Royce team up with Puerto Rican rapper Farruko on "Ganas Locas" (Mad Desire). It was his first time dabbing in reggaeton music that was beautifully blended with bachata vibes. Royce flexing his sensual side made this thirsty bop all the more irresistible.

2. "Back it Up" (2015)
Prince Royce teamed up with Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez on "Back it Up," the sexy club banger from his English language album Double Vision. Three of the biggest Latinx artists in the game came together for a spectacular collaboration. J.Lo and Royce's fun and flirty exchanges in Spanglish are fantástico.

1. "Sensualidad" (2017)
The guys behind the Hear this Music group got Prince Royce on "Sensualidad" (Sensuality) with Colombian superstar J Balvin and Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny. Backed by a colorful trap music beat, the trio promises the ladies of their eyes some paradise. Royce's soaring voice hits the song's sweet spot.