Republic Records, along with ZXL Music and the Grimmie Family are pleased to be releasing a digital album, All Is Vanity, a collection of new music from beloved singer, songwriter, fan favorite from NBC’s The Voice, and YouTube icon Christina Grimmie on Friday (6/9). Seven new songs and three previously released songs will make up the album which is available at all digital retailers today.

Check out All Is Vanity here.

The track list includes the new songs – “Sublime,” “Steady Love,” “Pressure,” “Everybody Lies,” “Crowded Room,” “Maybe I” and “Echo.”  Previously released songs include “I Only Miss You When I Breathe,” “The Game” and “Invisible.”

This past April, the Grimmie Family announced the formation of the Christina Grimmie Foundation which was announced on NBC’s The Voice. The episode also featured a tribute performance of “Hey Jude” by Adam Levine & The Voice contestants in her memory – see performance here.  A portion of the proceeds from the purchase of All Is Vanity will be donated to the foundation whose efforts are to help families through the trauma of gun violence or the tragic diagnosis of breast cancer.

“We are truly blessed to have been surrounded by so many people who want to continue to honor Christina’s legacy and help us release her music,” commented Tina Grimmie, Christina’s mother. “It is her best work ever.” Her father, Albert Grimmie, continued, “Her producer, Stephen Rezza, did a tremendous job in creating the sound that she wanted.  We love what he has done and are honored to be able to share it with her fans.”

The 22-year-old New Jersey native built a staggering fan base of 3.8 million YouTube subscribers, delivered one of the most talked about performances on The Voice with her show-stopping season six rendition of “Wrecking Ball,” appeared on Ellen and Dancing With The Stars three times and toured the U.S. with Rachel Platten. She completed a European tour of 22 shows in 13 different countries, toured in the U.S. and Canada with Selena Gomez and achieved accolades such as “New Media Honoree (Female)” at the 2011 American Music Awards and “Choice Web Star” at the 2016 Teen Choice Awards. Christina’s diligence and dedication transformed her into a phenomenon.