Their music lives on. Bobbi Kristina Brown was no stranger to growing up in the spotlight with the late Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown as parents, and as a 1999 concert video shows, Houston doted on her daughter every chance she got.

When Bobbi Kristina was just 6 years old, Houston took her on stage during a live show in Germany to perform her hit "My Love Is Your Love." "My name is Bobbi Kris and I just want to say — 'Clap your hands,'" Houston's daughter told the packed arena before bopping around on stage during Mom's routine. (Watch the sweet video above.)

Bobbi Kristina was a familiar face to concertgoers on Houston's many tours over the years. In 2009, she joined her mom to perform "My Love Is Your Love" during Good Morning America's summer concert series in Central Park, and even lent her vocals to 2003's One Wish: The Holiday Album on “Little Drummer Boy."

"No one knows what an amazing spirit she was," Bobbi Kristina told Oprah Winfrey in March 2012, when she gave her first interview following her mother's February 2012 death. "She wasn't only a mother, she was a best friend. I have to carry on the legacy. We're going to do the singing thing. Some acting, some dancing."

Indeed, Bobbi Kristina was making an effort to continue making music. "Let's start this career up and moving out to you all quick, shall we?!" she tweeted on Jan. 29, just two days before she was tragically found unconscious in her bathtub by her longtime partner Nick Gordon. She was placed in hospice care on Wednesday, June 24, after months of being in a medically induced coma, and died surrounded by her family on July 26.

"Krissy was and is an angel," dad Bobby Brown told Us in a statement. "I am completely numb at this time. My family must find a way to live with her in spirit and honor her memory. Our loss is unimaginable."

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