- The Washington Times - Friday, August 12, 2016

The family of Christina Grimmie — the pop singer shot to death on June 10 who got her start in the industry from NBC’s “The Voice” — released a music video on Thursday titled “Snow White,” the first of four filmed from her 2016 album “Side A.”

“The video, which was filmed in February prior to her WildFire tour, tells the story of Grimmie’s character, Jessica Blue, as she prepares for a big music showcase and deals with boyfriend problems,” Us Weekly reported.

The family will release the remaining three videos that Ms. Grimmie filmed before her death over the next three Thursdays, the magazine said. 

After watching “Snow White,” a reviewer for Bustle.com on Friday lavished praise on the late musician as a talented artist.

“The release of this posthumous material, and the sheer quality of it as proven by ‘Snow White,’ also highlights that Grimmie’s life was ended right at the onset of a bright, burgeoning career,” Bustle’s Amy Roberts lamented. “It’s absolutely heartbreaking to imagine what other music, performances, and career opportunities could have been waiting in her future, considering how commanding, versatile, and hardworking an artist she was. Grimmie was the sort of musician, and overall performer, who seemed to be dearly committed to her art and, most importantly, passionate about developing it on her own terms.”



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