Christina Grimmie's murder is one of the most shocking incidents in the music industry. The YouTube sensation and "The Voice" contestant was 22 when she was killed during a show in Florida on June 10, 2016. About 120 people were inside The Plaza Live when the shooting took place. Police have identified the suspect as Kevin James Loibl, a 27-year-old resident of St. Petersburg.

Authorities failed to apprehend the assailant alive after he shot himself to death. Reports stated the suspect was aiming to target the crowd after killing Christina Grimmie on stage.

Fortunately, the singer's brother, Marcus, stopped the shooter from causing more damages.

Gone too soon

"The Voice" judges paid tribute to Christina Grimmie's passing. In April, Adam Lavine performed an emotional rendition of "Hey Jude" to remember the young artist who was once part of his team. Prior to his performance, the Maroon 5 vocalist said it is "unfair" that the "With Love" artist is no longer around. "I am going to be singing every word to her in her honor," he added.

A month before Christina Grimmie's 23 birthday, her family released a new song, titled "Invisible," which is part of her posthumous album. On March 12, the slain singer's loved ones remembered her by uploading an animated video of the newly-released song.

"As many of you know, Christina LOVED video games and had a special fondness for anime," the caption read. "We created this video as a special tribute to honor that love and her desire to always bring light and love into the heart of others."

'All is Vanity'

On Friday, June 9, Christina Grimmie's family has finally released the YouTuber's posthumous album, entitled "All is Vanity," which consists ten tracks written and composed by the late singer.

The LP includes the first four songs released after the singer's death, namely, "I Only Miss You When I Breathe," "The Game," "I Won't Give Up," and "Invisible."

"All is Vanity" also features "Sublime," "Steady Love," "Crowded Room," "Everybody Lies," "Pressure," "Maybe I," and "Echo." The album was originally scheduled to be released on June 2.

The family, however, delayed the release date for some reasons. Fans of the late singer can listen to these new songs on Spotify.

Earlier reports stated the Grimmies are planning to establish a charity under Christina's name. They, however, have yet to decided on what the organization will support.