Karen Belz
February 20, 2017 10:59 am
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The pain of losing Christina Grimmie is still incredibly fresh. The young talent, who was only 22, passed away after being murdered following a show at The Plaza Live theater in Florida. Once a contestant on The Voice, Christina Grimmie was just starting her successful singing career.

Grimmie’s brother, Marcus, witnessed the entire event. And in order to honor his sister, he and his family decided to release a track from her now-posthumous next album, which Grimmie was in the process of working on during the time of her death.

As Marcus noted, the family released the four-part Ballad of Jessica Blue in the months following the news of her death. But there’s so much more than that, including the song called “Invisible.”

While it’s an incredibly upbeat song (which is surprising, based on the name) it’s still a reminder that Christina Grimmie was taken from this world way too early.

We currently have it on loop. It’s just that good.

According to Marcus, Grimmie had somewhere between 50 and 60 unreleased songs that she was in the midst of working on. It’s obvious how dedicated she was to her craft.

And, well, now we’re shedding a few tears. We can’t wait to hear even more music by this incredible talent.