Christina Grimmie’s family is keeping the late singer’s memory alive by sharing with fans all of her unreleased work.
The Voice contestant tragically passed away last summer during a fan meet and greet, and despite the devastation that affected her family – they have managed to share all of Christina’s unreleased work, and are aiming to share her new EP titled Side B with fans in March of this year.
To kick off this new wave of new music from Christina, her family previously released a series of four part music videos that were part of a feature titled The Ballad of Jessica Blue. They are now following up by releasing Christina’s new single “Invisible,” which they teased on social media towards the end of last year.
The song has a completely different vibe than any of the pop/rock music she’s recorded in this past. “Invisible” is a bit of a dance track, but the lyrics are ever so inspiring as a Christina Grimmie song would be.
Christina’s brother Marcus Grimmie also appeared on the Elvis Duran and the Morning Show and opened up about how the loss of his sister affected his family by admitting, "for the first three months, we didn't even do anything, and then around August, I would say – we were like, hey, you know, we have so much music that she's been working on. Close fans, friends and family have asked us about it constantly, and we owe it to her."
Marcus also revealed that the Grimmie family plans to use proceeds from “Invisible,” to establish a charity in Christina’s name, though they are unsure at the moment what the foundation will support.
This is an amazing way to keep Christina’s talent and memory alive with fans, and a way to show those unfamiliar with her work what a gifted singer she was.
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