Christina Grimmie's fans have something to look forward to in the coming weeks. The late singer's manager, Brian Teefey, has announced that her four final music videos will be released throughout August and September.
The four-part mini-series of videos - titled The Ballad of Jessie Blue - are a "visual celebration" of Christina's second EP, Side A. "Christina shot these videos back in February with about six hours of choreography and four days of filming before she left for the WildFire tour," Brian wrote on Twitter.
Christina Grimmie's last four music videos are set to be released
"Everyone worked so hard on this project putting in extra long days on set to ensure we got the best quality project we could for the minimal budget we had. I couldn't be more proud of her and everyone involved for the labour of love that was put into this project."
The four videos – Snow White, Anybody's You, Deception and Without Him – tell the story of Jessica Blue and her journey to finding "her voice and her path in life only to find they are one and the same". Snow White will be the first video to be released on 11 August, with subsequent releases each week until 1 September.
The late singer's manager, Brian Teefey, announced the news on Twitter
"Anytime you decide to watch these videos, send a tweet with #ChristinaGrimmie," Brian’s statement concluded. "Let's trend her all month. Christina, you are forever in all of our hearts."
The news comes after the release of Christina's autopsy report, following her tragic death on 10 June aged just 22. It confirmed that the cause of her death was "gunshot wounds of head and chest".
Christina tragically lost her life on 10 June, aged 22
"In consideration of the circumstances surrounding the death, and after examination of the body, toxicology analysis, and review of the available medical records, it is my opinion that the death of Christina Grimmie, a 22-year-old white female witnessed to have been shot by another and subsequently transported to the hospital, is the result of a gunshot wounds of the head and chest," the report read. "The manner of death is homicide."