Beyonce has pledged to "help as many" victims of Hurricane Harvey as she can, as her home city of Houston braces itself for more rainfall. "I remain in constant prayer for those affected and for the rescuers who have been so brave and determined to do so much to help," said the star.
She added she was working with her charity and her pastor "to implement a plan to help".
Houston has been hit by unprecedented levels of rain, with more set to come.
Officials estimate that more than 30,000 residents need shelter. At least nine have died in the Houston area.
Beyonce, who grew up in the city's historic Third Ward, is famously proud of her Texan roots, referencing Houston in multiple songs, including Run The World (Girls), Formation and Flawless. She filmed the video for Blow in the city's Funplex roller skating rink - where she had one of her first dates.
On Monday she posted an Instagram tribute to Houston, telling residents they were in her prayers while posing with a Texas flag.
The star's BeyGOOD foundation was established in 2013 and partners with global charities to provide housing, food and medical assistance to those in need.
Other artists including Drake and Travis Scott have shared messages of support and direct aid to Texas since the storm began.
Country star Chris Young pledged $100,000 (£77,180) to relief efforts, while comedian Kevin Hart donated $25,000 (£19,295) and urged others to follow his lead.
Coldplay, who had to postpone a concert in Houston last week because of the hurricane, has also written a song for those affected by the floods.
They debuted the track in Miami on Monday night, with Chris Martin telling the audience it would only be played once.