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Hunter Hayes to debut emotional new single 'Invisible' at Grammy Awards

Hunter Hayes to debut new single at Grammy Awards.
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Hunter Hayes announced to "Entertainment Tonight" in an interview on January 24, 2014, that he will perform a new song on Sunday's Grammy Awards. The song, 'Invisible,' is said to be a very personal tune about the struggles of being alone. He also gives the scoop on his upcoming music video.

“I was a total geek. I was a total nerd. I still am and I'm proud of that, but it took me awhile to realize it's okay to be proud of that,” Hunter Hayes admitted.

The hardship of being alone prompted him to write the emotional song. The young superstar hopes that the song will serve as inspiration for others who may deal with the same issues he faced. Hunter also revealed that he is shooting a music video for the song at a high school.

Hunter said that he broke down during rehearsals when performing the song and expects his performance to be just as emotional.

Look back at Hunter's major accomplishments in 2013 here.

Hunter Hayes is nominated for Best Solo Country Performance for his smash hit, "I Want Crazy." Also competing in the category are Darius Rucker, Lee Brice, Blake Shelton, and Miranda Lambert. This will mark the second year that Hunter Hayes has performed on the show.

For more information about Hunter Hayes, visit his website. Find a complete list of Grammy nominees here.

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