Halsey’s new song “Eyes Closed” is up for stream on Spotify and Apple Music.
Halsey has announced some new tour dates.
Halsey has revealed the track listing for her upcoming album.
Pre-orders for Halsey’s new album are now up on Amazon and her website.
Halsey has debuted her new single “Now or Never.”
Halsey’s new single “Now or Never” will debut tomorrow. The artwork can be found below.
Cameron Hurley is back with a new rendition of Halsey’s “New Americana” done in the style of Panic! at the Disco.
Halsey will release her new album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, in June.
Halsey’s new song “Not Afraid Anymore” is now up on Spotify and Apple Music.
Halsey’s “Not Afraid Anymore” will be the next single from the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack. The song is expected to debut tomorrow.
Halsey has posted an update on Instagram after undergoing surgery in her battle against endometriosis.
Halsey explains the meaning behind the “20:1” phrase she had written on her jacket when she performed at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway:
“The number on this jacket represents the ratio of male-to-female recipients of the Nobel Prize, an award that recognizes great achievements in social, creative and scientific fields,” Halsey told fans on Instagram after the show. “An award that this year finds itself belonging to not a single woman.”
Hilary Hughes, writing at MTV, details Halsey’s tweet storm this weekend over a Buzzfeed article:
The more popular she becomes, the straighter she presents, so BuzzFeed says — and she has a big problem with that. She has since deleted her tweets, but went in before doing so: “tiresome analysis of my 1 year in the public eye and the ignorance of 8+ years of sexual discovery to determine if I’m truly queer. [And it] is part of a mentality so engrained in the erasure of bisexual ‘credibility’ even within the lgbt community.”
The Chainsmokers have released their new song “Closer” (feat. Halsey). Gotta love that Blink-182 reference.
Alex Morris, with a fantastic profile of Halsey for Rolling Stone:
She’s also, perhaps not coincidentally, really good at getting into stuff. A little more than two years ago, Halsey was not actually Halsey, she was Ashley Nicolette Frangipane, a 19-year-old community-college dropout, couch-surfing between basements in her native New Jersey and the Bed-Stuy/Lower East Side hovels of a badass, tatted-up crowd of “degenerate stoners” she met through her boyfriend two years before that, back when she was an arty, misfit high school kid taking AP classes and roaming the halls covered in paint. She’d gotten into the well-regarded Rhode Island School of Design, and then learned that she couldn’t afford to go. She’d found the college she could afford a waste of time.
Halsey is featured on a new episode of Autobiographies.
From recording a commercial jingle in a basement in New Jersey to selling out Madison Square Garden. In a personal conversation with VICE, Halsey talks about her childhood, growing up bi-racial and the time she spent in NYC that lead to a break that changed everything.
Halsey and Lido have teamed up to release the new track “Tokyo Narita (Freestyle).” You can find it on Apple Music and Spotify.
Panic! at the Disco and Halsey teamed up last night at Coachella for a combination of “New Americana” and “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.” A video can be found below.
Halsey has re-worked “Castle” for the upcoming movie The Huntsman: Winter’s War — the new video can be found on YouTube or by hitting read more.
Halseyʼs performance of “Castle” at the MTV Movie Awards is up.