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Grammys 2014: Hunter Hayes performs new song 'Invisible'

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Tonight on the 2014 Grammys fans got to see a new song by Hunter Hayes and he made a lot of new fans with this one. On Jan. 26, CMT shared about his new song that he actually premiered on the show tonight. It is already available to purchase on iTunes as well.

Hunter described the song as being about being misunderstood and a total geek. In the lyrics, he talks about how things that are a big deal now will be something that doesn't even matter later on in your life. It was a great performance from Hunter and a great way to start out this show. He was one of the first performances of the night.

Hayes did get one nomination tonight, but he lost out to Darius Rucker. It was for best country performance. If you missed his performance, you can check it out at this link.

What did you think of Hunter Hayes new song "Invisible"? Sound off in the comments and please like my Facebook to stay up to date on the latest in entertainment news.

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