Bio: Christina Grimmie (born March 12, 1994) was a singer-songwriter known for appearing on The Voice and for her awesome covers of hit songs. In June 2011, she released her debut EP, Find Me. In 2014, she competed in Season 6 of the NBC singing competition series and ended up finishing in third place. Adam Levine was her coach, and following the show, she signed with Island Records. While she was later dropped by the label, she moved forward with her career and found success with songs such as “With Love.” On June 10, 2016, she was tragically shot while performing at a concert in Orlando, FL. Christina did not survive.
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Christina Grimmie was best known for competing on Season 6 of The Voice.
Christina Grimmie grew up in Marlton, New Jersey. She started playing the piano at 10, and identified as Christian.
Christina Grimmie’s posthumous LP ‘All Is Vanity’ has arrived today, June 9, and with it, fans were given a handful of brand-new songs, including ‘Sublime’ and ‘Steady Love.’ Listen to the beautiful tracks right here!
10 months after Christina Grimmie’s tragic death, her family is helping her legacy live on by releasing four new tracks from the late singer. Her EP ‘Side B’ dropped on April 21, and you can listen to it right here.
This is SO cool. In honor of Christina Grimmie’s 23rd birthday, her team released a brand new music video featuring the late singer as an animated super hero — something she would have absolutely loved.
We are in awe. Christina Grimmie’s brother premiered her haunting song ‘Invisible’ on Feb. 16, eight months after she was tragically murdered in Florida. The late singer sounds like an angel in her inspiring and powerful new track. Listen here!
Republic Records will release Christina Grimmie’s new album ‘Invisible’ on Feb. 17… eight months after she was gunned down in Orlando, Florida. Being an independent artist since Island Records dropped her in 2015, the news is a ‘dream come true’ for the deceased singer.
The late Christina Grimmie’s fans were devastated when they realized that the beautiful singer was left out of the In Memoriam segment at the Grammys. While famous faces like Prince, George Michael, and Debbie Reynolds appeared on the screen, Christina was nowhere to be found. Her fans’ sorrow quickly turned into outrage over the perceived snub.