America's Got Talent 'fan favorite' Jane 'Nightbirde' Marczweski will release her debut album posthumously one year after she died of .
Marczewski, died aged 31, last February six months after her battle with breast cancer led her to withdraw from the singing competition.
Her loved ones will now release It's OK - a collection of 10 songs - in her memory. Proceeds will go to a breast cancer foundation set up in Marczewski's name.
The singer passed away following months of treatment after the disease had spread to her lungs, spine, and liver, a source told at the time.
The 31-year-old, who earned the coveted Golden Buzzer from an emotional during the season, will be remembered through the album which is hoped to show that 'joy can come from sorrow.'
America's Got Talent 'fan favorite' Jane 'Nightbirde' Marczweski will release her debut album posthumously with the help of her family one year after she died of cancer
The 31-year-old, who earned the coveted Golden Buzzer from an emotional Simon Cowell during the season, will be remembered through the album which is hoped to show that 'joy can come from sorrow'
'We are thrilled to announce that @_nightbirde debut album, It's OK, is available for pre-order today,' The Nightbirde Foundation, who help women battling cancer, said in a statement.
'This album doesn't pit emotions against one another, but rather it shows joy can come through sorrow.
'Jane would be so proud of this album, but more than that, she'd be proud of the work that the Nightbirde Foundation is doing to help others find hope and healing in the midst of tragedy.'
The album was recorded with the help of Marczewski's older brother Mitch, during her journey with cancer and is a 'reflection of her strength and the battle she was fighting' in her own words.
The album is split between an A and B side, with the first being a pop album and the second side featuring the same songs in a stripped-back version.
It will commemorate the singer's angelic vocals and endless optimism across 10-tracks.
'We miss Jane terribly, but are so glad her work to bring hope and healing to others continues, even with her being in Heaven,' the statement continues.
Proceeds from album sales will go to The Nightbirde Foundation, an organization she and her brother, Mitch, launched to help raise funds for breast cancer treatment.
Marczewski is Cowell's all-time favorite Golden Buzzer Audition.
'What was so special about Jane, in my opinion, was she was always optimistic. She recently passed away, which makes this tough, but all she kept talking about was her music,' revealed Cowell after her passing.
'You know what? It's difficult, I haven't been able to watch [her Audition video] since she passed.
'You know, she typifies, I think, what the Golden Buzzer, like you said, is all about. She knew how sick she was and she couldn't make the Finals, but I think watching it back, it makes you feel hopeful.
'Her Golden Buzzer will live on forever. No one else, in my opinion, could be number one.'
Marczewski amazed the AGTjudges and viewers alike when she performed a poignant original song, 'It's OK,' for her audition, earning a Golden Buzzer from .
Less than two months later, she stunned everyone again by announcing that she had to quit because her cancer had 'taken a turn for the worse.'
AGT judge Howie Mandel paid tribute to the late Marczewski on Twitter and said she was 'such a bright inspirational light in all our lives.'
'We must continue to live and learn from her words and lyrics,' he added. 'As much as I feel horribly about her passing I feel lucky to to have met, heard and known her.'
Host Terry Crews offered his condolences on Instagram.
'We are saddened to learn about @_nightbirde's Passing,' he captioned a photo of Marczewski on the show. 'Our Condolences goes to her Closest Family & Friends in such of This difficult time. We Love you, Nightbirde.'
The album was recorded with the help of Marczewski's older brother Mitch, during her journey with cancer and was named after her AGT audition debut
The album is split between an A and B side, with the first being a pop album and the second side featuring the same songs in a stripped-back version
Marczewski, who went by the stage name Nightbirde, amazed the AGT judges and viewers alike when she performed a poignant original song on the competition show in June
She earned effusive praise from the judges, with the infamously tough Simon Cowell hitting the Golden Buzzer to send her directly to the live show's quarterfinals.