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Hear Christina Grimmie's New Song 'Invisible' & Brother Marcus Talk About Releasing Her Music

Elvis Duran premiered Christina’s new song “Invisable” and exclusively talked to her brother Marcus.

Feb 16, 2017

Elvis Duran premiered Christina’s new song “Invisable” and exclusively talked to her brother Marcus.

It's hard to believe it's been eight months since singer/songwriter Christina Grimmie passed away. And as what would have been her 23rd birthday approaches on March 12th, Christina's family is sharing her music with fans, starting with her song "Invisible."

"Invisible" teasers were posted to Christina's Twitter, and earlier this week in a post across social media, her family explained that Christina's dream of having a major label release her music is coming true as Universal Music Group is officially releasing her music under Republic Records.

This morning, February 16th, Elvis Duran premiered "Invisible," and spoke with Christina's brother Marcus. The song will be officially released on February 17th, and proceeds from the purchase of the single will be donated to establish a memorial fund in Christina's name. Fans can donate to the fund here:

Marcus says that Christina has recorded "over 50-60 songs that are finished, vocally" and remembers of his sister, "no one that I've ever met has worked as hard as she has," adding that he and his family are very excited to share this music with Christina's fans.

Christina's brother also spoke about how much her fans meant to Christina and said that they were the driving force behind the decision to share this unreleased music with #TeamGrimmie.

"That is honestly the main reason that we even wanted to put this music out anyways. There are tens of thousands, possibly even hundreds of thousands of hardcore Team Grimmie fans that just constantly, everyday, they're just praying for [us], 'if you need anything let me know,' and 'oh my god, when's the music coming out, I wanna hear it, I wanna hear it.' They carried her for the last six years of her career, and they're going to continue to carry her legacy."

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