Two months after her murder, Christina Grimmie has come out with new music.
The 22-year old was tragically killed in June by a deranged fan who shot her in Orlando at a backstage meet-and-greet.
But her family is making sure that Grimmie's memory lives on.
Loved ones have released the first of a series of music videos that coincide with her Side A EP, which features four singles.
The first is appropriately titled "Snow White" and it describes fictional character Jessica's journey to find her Prince Charming.
She battles heartbreak and self-doubt as she goes along.
The song is the first chapter in a long-form music video titled the “Ballad of Jessica Blue, with Grimmie playing the titular character.
As previously reported, a new video from the pre-filmed series is scheduled to be released every week.
In this extended clip, we see shots of the young artist dressed in her traditional garb, and also in cocktail attire as she brushes up against a mystery man.
"Some day my prince will come for me, save me from this harm that haunts me. When will I be free? Tell me some day he will come for me," the lyrics eerily say.
"The story follows a young girls journey into self-discovery through her love life, her womanhood and her music," Grimmie's Facebook wrote of the four-part video.
The message continues:
"'Jessica' is at a crossroads in her life. She becomes suspicious of her boyfriend and is gripped by insecurities only to realize that she is doing more damaged to her own heart and future than any relationship ever could."
Grimmie shot to fame on YouTube before competing on The Voice under Adam Levine.
The Maroon 5 singer paid for her funeral expenses while mourning his former pupil.
"It is with a heavy heart that we can confirm that Christina has passed and went home to be with the Lord," her publicist told E! News in a statement following the horrible incident.
An autopsy later concluded the cause of death was "gunshot wounds of head and chest."
Christina was laid to rest in June and a viewing was held for her at the Fellowship Alliance Chapel in New Jersey.
She had such a bright future ahead of her. This is all so sad.
We continue to mourn Christine Grimmie while we present this moving video: