Christina Grimmie's "Sublime" Is Intro To Posthumous Album
Christina Grimmie tragically died nearly one year ago, but fans can take a bit of comfort in hearing new music from the late singer.
The Voice contestant, who was only 22 years old, was shot after an Orlando performance and lost her life due to her gunshot injuries.
But according to Grimmie's Twitter page, @TheRealGrimmie, a new album titled All Is Vanity, is set to release on June 9.
Fans get a sneak peek at the posthumous album thanks to a tweet featuring a clip of the song "Sublime," which was accompanied by videos with the singer's family and the definition of sublime — "of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty as to inspire great admiration or awe."
The track begins quietly, then Grimmie's powerful voice chimes in, saying, "Gonna be sublime."
It was a bittersweet feeling for many of her fans.
A lot are in love with the album already, though there is so much more to hear.
Grimmie's fans are extremely supportive.
Some are starting to petition for the singer to receive a Grammy.
The hashtag #GrammyForGrimmie is making the rounds.
Grimmie's fans will always respect her her talent...
...and they'll never stop missing her.
At the beginning of the year, the singer's family shared a song she had been working on before her death, which was called "Invisible."
According to Teen Vogue, the lyrics to "Invisible" read,
I won't be diminished / Eclipsed or hidden / You're gonna see my light blaze / Back to life like a phoenix rise.
It is unfair she is not here. We are going to sing a little song. I am going to be singing every word to her in her honor. Christina, we love you.
The newly launched Christina Grimmie Foundation has a two-fold message: to support individuals and families who experienced gun violence and breast cancer diagnosis.
Though she is no longer with us, it is clear the young star has truly made a lasting impression.