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September 04, 2016

Christina Grimmie's family release last music video in miniseries

Grimmie, worked on the videos months before she was killed at an autograph signing in June

The family of Christina Grimmie, a 22-year-old singer-songwriter who rose to fame after appearing on "The Voice" and was shot and killed in June, released the last music video off of her second EP Thursday.

Grimmie, a Marlton, New Jersey native who was killed while signing autographs in Orlando, worked on the four-part miniseries that the family calls "The Ballad of Jessica Blue" and features music from the album, "Side A" in February before she set off on her "Wildfire" tour.

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The videos, which the family reveals in a Facebook post tell the story of "a young girl's journey to self-discovery through her live life, her womanhood and her music," were posted one-by-one periodically throughout August.

The story features the songs, "Snow White," "Anybody's You," "Deception" and "Without You" that was recently released last week.

Read the full post from the family and watch the video below:

Orlando Police identified the suspect who shot and killed Grimmie and then killed himself after Grimmie's brother, Marcus, tackled the gunman as Kevin James Loibl, 27 of St. Petersburg, Florida.

Loibl opened fire on Grimmie as she signed autographs and was selling merchandise after a concert. Police say they believe he came to the concert with the intention of committing the crime.