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Halsey performing in March 2015
Ashley Nicolette Frangipane

(1994-09-29) September 29, 1994 (age 24)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • actress
Years active2014–present
Musical career
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Associated acts

Ashley Nicolette Frangipane (/ˌfrænɪˈpɑːni/;[1] born September 29, 1994),[2] known professionally as Halsey (/ˈhɔːlzi/),[3] is an American singer, songwriter, and actress.[4] Her stage name is a reference to the Halsey Street station of the New York City Subway in Brooklyn,[a] and an anagram of her first name.[5]

Gaining attention from self-released music on social media platforms, Halsey was signed by Astralwerks in 2014. She toured with acts such as The Kooks and Imagine Dragons to promote her debut extended play, Room 93 (2014). Her debut studio album, Badlands (2015), was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Four singles were released from the album, all of which achieved minor commercial success.

Halsey rose to prominence with "Closer" (2016), a collaboration with The Chainsmokers, which topped the charts in major music markets. Her second studio album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom (2017), consisted of more "radio friendly" music than her prior releases. It became her first album to top the US Billboard 200, and generated the single "Bad at Love", which became her first top five entry on the Billboard Hot 100 as a lead artist. She then embarked on a second world tour to promote the record.[6]

Outside the music industry, Halsey has been involved in social activism, including suicide prevention awareness[7] and sexual assault victim advocacy.[8]

Life and career

1994−2011: Early life

Ashley Nicolette Frangipane was born on September 29, 1994, in Edison, New Jersey.[9] She is the daughter of Nicole, who works for security in a hospital, and Chris, who manages a car dealership.[10][11] Halsey has two younger brothers, Sevian and Dante.[11] Her father is African American with some Irish ancestry, and her mother is of Italian and Hungarian descent.[12][13] Growing up, Halsey played the violin, viola, and cello, until moving on to the acoustic guitar when she was fourteen years old.[14]

Throughout Halsey's childhood her family moved frequently. By the time she reached her teen years Halsey had been enrolled in six different schools. She has stated that the frequent moving that occurred during her childhood has caused her to be, "... used to packing up and leaving, to condensing myself into a digestible version because people don't have much time to get to know me."[15] Halsey has also stated that she is biracial and bipolar; and that she identifies as bisexual.[15] Halsey has shared that her mother also struggles with bipolar disorder.[16]

In 2012, Halsey graduated from Warren Hills Regional High School in Washington, New Jersey.[17] While in high school Halsey attempted to commit suicide.[18] Halsey has been hospitalized due to mental illness a few times since her suicide attempt.[18] After high school she enrolled at the Rhode Island School of Design. However, she withdrew due to financial hardships and attended community college instead.[19] She eventually dropped out of community college.[19]

2012–2014: Career beginnings

During 2012, Halsey began posting videos to social media sites such as Tumblr and YouTube, including a parody of Taylor Swift's song "I Knew You Were Trouble" (2012) inspired by Swift's relationship with Harry Styles.[20] She began using recreational drugs at the age of seventeen, claiming she was an "unconventional child" in part due to her bipolar disorder.[15] Halsey began living in a basement with a number of her friends, who she described as "degenerate stoners", that she had known through her boyfriend at the time.[5] When Halsey wasn't living with her friends there were times in which she lived in one of New York's many homeless shelters.[18] When describing this period of her life, Halsey stated, "I remember one time I had $9 in my bank account, and bought a four-pack of Red Bull and used it to stay up overnight over the course of two or three days, because it was less dangerous to not sleep than it was to sleep somewhere random and maybe get raped or kidnapped."[19]

Music became Halsey's "confessional approach" and a form of therapy.[5] She played numerous acoustic shows in different cities under various stage names.[14] She chose her stage name due to it being an anagram of her real name, as well as a street in Brooklyn where she spent a lot of time as a teenager.[21] Halsey eventually went to live with her grandmother for a period of time.[19] Having written poems for years, she began writing songs as a means of bringing awareness to her poems. She eventually went to a party and met a producer who asked her to collaborate on a song with him.[19] The result, a song about her ex-boyfriend titled "Ghost", was posted by Halsey on SoundCloud several weeks after it was recorded.[19] Within hours, the song gained online popularity, and she was subsequently contacted by several record labels.[19] She ultimately signed with Astralwerks, feeling that they gave her more creative freedom than other labels that contacted her.[19]

2014–2016: Badlands and breakthrough

Halsey performing at The Grammy Museum in 2016

While working on her debut studio album, Halsey toured with The Kooks in 2014.[22] During this time, she began an on-again-off-again relationship with Norwegian producer Lido.[23] Halsey released her debut extended play, Room 93 (2014), on October 27.[24] The album charted in the lower regions of the Billboard 200 and at number three on the Top Heatseekers chart.[25] She performed songs from the album at South by Southwest in 2015, where she was the most tweeted about performer of the night.[26] She embarked on a co-headlining tour with Young Rising Songs that March.[27] In June, she became the opening act for Imagine Dragons on their Smoke + Mirrors Tour (2015) during the North American leg.[27] Halsey became pregnant while on tour promoting her upcoming album, though suffered a miscarriage in July 2015.[28] She attributed the miscarriage, which she did not publicly speak about until 2016, to her hectic work schedule.[29]

Her debut studio effort, Badlands (2015), was released on August 28, 2015.[30] Halsey co-wrote all of the songs on the album, while production was handled by a number of producers, including then-boyfriend, Lido.[31] Halsey described the record as a concept album about a dystopian society that was a metaphor for her mental state at the time.[32] At the time, Joe Levy of Rolling Stone citied Halsey as a "new popstar with a knack for sticky imagery."[33] The album debuted at Number Two on the US Billboard 200 chart, selling 97,000 copies in the first week.[34] It was reported in April 2017 that the album had sold over 504,000 copies in the United States,[35] and has been certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).[36] This album went platinum despite the fact that it didn't contain a "proper radio hit." [18] The record saw similar success in territories such as the United Kingdom, where it debuted at Number Nine and went on to sell over 100,000 copies.[36] Badlands spawned four commercial singles, which achieved minor chart success worldwide; all four have been certified gold by the RIAA since their release.[37] The project was further promoted by Halsey's Badlands Tour (2015–16) and her spot as the opening act for select dates of The Weeknd's The Madness Fall Tour (2015).[38]

Halsey appeared on the song "The Feeling" alongside Justin Bieber for his fourth studio album, Purpose (2015).[39][40] The song was not officially released, though entered the top forty of the Billboard Hot 100 and earned certifications in countries such as the United States and the United Kingdom.[41] She was one of four female performers to partner with MAC cosmetics for their Future Forward line; Halsey released a lipstick named after herself.[42] The Senior Vice President and Group Creative Director of the company, James Gager, said "It feels like a great thing to be able to support artists who are breaking through but aren't necessarily at the top top, to push them forward."[43] In May 2016, Halsey released the song "Tokyo Narita (Freestyle)", produced by Lido.[44][45] The song was a standalone track that served as a promotional single from Halsey.[46] During this time she collaborated with The Chainsmokers on the single "Closer" (2016), which she helped cowrite.[47] The song went on to become one of the most successful singles of the year and became both acts' first song to top the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[48] The single earned a number of awards and accolades, including a nomination at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. The lyric video for "Closer" was released on YouTube on July 29, 2016, and has since garnered over two billion views.[49] Dating rumors sparked between Halsey and Andrew Taggart, due to the music video and 2016 MTV Video Music Awards performance for "Closer", but were never confirmed.[50][51] Halsey made a cameo appearance as herself in the seventh episode of the Showtime series Roadies (2016).[52] In 2016, Halsey was diagnosed with endometriosis and went public with it on her Twitter account.[53][54]

2017–present: Hopeless Fountain Kingdom

Halsey announced work on her second studio album prior to the release of Badlands (2015), with progress on the record continuing throughout 2016 and 2017.[55] In January, she released the single "Not Afraid Anymore" (2017) for digital download; it appears on the soundtrack of the film Fifty Shades Darker (2017).[56] Her second studio album, titled Hopeless Fountain Kingdom (2017), was released on June 2.[57] The album consisted of more "radio friendly" songs in comparison to her previous album, which she attributed to her desire to prove she was "more than capable" of creating "radio-ready" music.[58] This album also consisted of music that was inspired by artists and genres ranging from synth-pop to Motown.[18] Much like her debut album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom is a concept album that revolves around a pair of lovers in a tale based on Romeo and Juliet; the project was inspired by her breakup with Lido.[59] The album also focuses on Halsey's bisexuality and on bisexual characters.[60][61][62] The album debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart with first week sales of 106,000 equivalent album units.[63] The album was preceded by the release of the lead single "Now or Never" (2017), which peaked at 17 on the Billboard Hot 100. The second official single, "Bad at Love", had better commercial performance in the US, peaking at 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, her highest peak as a solo artist to date.[64] Two promotional singles were made available prior to the release of the album.[65] To promote the record, Halsey embarked on the Hopeless Fountain Kingdom World Tour, which began on September 29, 2017.[66] In October 2017, she appeared in a commercial for Jeep automobiles.[67] Halsey also performed surprise DJ sets at Emo Nite in Los Angeles in 2017.[68] For about a year, she was in a relationship with American rapper and record producer G-Eazy,[69] until they split in July 2018.[70] Their collaboration for the song "Him & I" peaked at number 14 on the US Billboard Hot 100,[71] and was certified 2× Platinum in the United States.[72] In mid 2017 she collaborated with the band Thirty Seconds to Mars on the song "Love Is Madness" for their album America.

In January 2018, Halsey performed on Saturday Night Live.[73] On February 2, 2018, she released her third single with a video titled "Sorry" for her latest album Hopeless Fountain Kingdom.[74] In March, she appeared as a guest judge on RuPaul's Drag Race.[75] In 2018, she also sang with Khalid for Benny Blanco's debut single "Eastside" which came out on July 12, 2018.[76] Also that year, she appeared in two films: she voiced Wonder Woman in Teen Titans Go! To the Movies, and cameoed as herself in A Star Is Born, directed by Bradley Cooper.[77][78][79] On August 6, 2018, Halsey was announced to join Jennifer Hudson's team as an advisor for season 15 of The Voice.[80] On October 4, Halsey released a new single titled "Without Me".[81][82] 'Without Me' is her, "... first solo-record since 2017."[83] She has stated that this song is quite personal to her. As a result, Halsey decided to release the song under her legal name, Ashley, instead of her stage name.[83] On October 10, she appeared in a segment of "Mean Tweets" on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.[84] On October 29, the official music video for "Without Me" was released featuring a "G-Eazy lookalike" following their second breakup.[85][86] In November, Halsey performed at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2018 along numerous other artists.[87] But in December, she called out the company for its lack of inclusion of transgender models in its various shows.[88]



Growing up, Halsey's father listened to The Notorious B.I.G., Slick Rick, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, and 2Pac, and her mother listened to The Cure, Alanis Morissette, and Nirvana. She said their music taste has been a great influence on her.[21] Halsey called Panic! at the Disco the "band that changed [her] fucking life"[89] and credits Lady Gaga for giving her the strength to be herself.[90] Halsey mentioned Long Island rock band, Brand New, as both an influence and a favorite of hers, once changing her biography on Instagram to "the devil and God are raging inside me", a reference to their third album.[91] Her other influences include Kanye West,[92] The Weeknd,[93] Amy Winehouse,[94] and Bright Eyes.[95]

Cinema also influenced Halsey's development as a singer and songwriter, "There's plenty of musicians that I love and respect, but I think that I'm the most inspired by cinema,"[96] such as directors Quentin Tarantino, Harmony Korine, and Larry Clark.[96]

Music style and themes

Halsey is largely noted for her unique singing voice.[97][98] She is an electropop and synth-pop artist.[99][100]

The New York Times' Jon Caramanica noted, "Halsey arrived as part of a slew of female pop rebels who emerged in the wake of Lorde's early-2010s recalibration of the genre's operating hierarchies."[101]

Videos and stage

The biggest influence on her live performances is Adam Lazzara, the frontman of Taking Back Sunday,[102] as she said, "One of the most inspiring things I've ever seen is watching [Taking Back Sunday] live and watching Adam use that microphone as a prop and I thought yep, I'm gonna do that."[95]


At seventeen years old Halsey attempted to commit suicide.[19][103] As a result, she participated in the mental health and suicide prevention awareness campaign called "I'm Listening", which was hosted by radio network Entercom and broadcast live on September 10, 2017.[7]

After the Woman's March that occurred in Washington D.C. on January 21, 2017 Halsey sent out a tweet that promised to donate one dollar to Planned Parenthood for every retweet it received.[104] She ended up donating 100,000 dollars to Planned Parenthood.[104] On January 20, 2018, in New York City, Halsey delivered a speech to more than 200,000 protestors at the Women's March.[8][105] Instead of a traditional speech, Halsey performed a five-minute poem titled "A Story Like Mine", in which she told personal stories of sexual assault and violence throughout her life.[8] Her personal narrative included accompanying her best friend to Planned Parenthood after she had been raped, her personal account of sexual assault by neighbors and boyfriends, and women sexually assaulted by Olympic doctor Larry Nassar.[106]

Halsey stated, "Listen, and then yell at the top of your lungs, be a voice for all those who have prisoner tongues." [107][106] Halsey read, "What do you mean this happened to me? You can't put your hands on me. You don't know what my body has been through. I'm supposed to be safe now. I've earned it."[108][106] She completed her speech by requesting all—"Black, Asian, poor, wealthy, trans, cis, Muslim, Christian"—sexual assault victims to listen and support each other.[106] A. J. Willingham of CNN opined in a headline that "Halsey's Women's March speech moved people around the world."[109]

Personal life and struggles

Since the beginning of Halsey's career, she has been open about her struggles with bipolar disorder. According to Halsey, she was diagnosed with this mental disorder at the age of seventeen.[110] When Halsey was seventeen she attempted to commit suicide, which is what led to her diagnosis and a seventeen day admission to a psychiatric hospital.[111][19] It wasn't long after her suicide attempt that Halsey began having success in the music industry. She has stated that singing and performing has helped her manage the symptoms she experiences from having bipolar disorder.[112] Despite the struggles Halsey has faced as a result of this mood disorder, she has said that she embraces being bipolar because it makes her "really empathetic".[110]

As Halsey's career has progressed, she has also been open about her struggles with endometriosis, a disorder that causes moderate to severe chronic pelvic pain and heavy, excessively painful menstruation.[113] The chronic pelvic pain is caused by uterine tissue growing in the pelvic and abdominal cavities in addition to inside of the uterus. Uterine lining may be found adhered to the walls of the pelvic cavity in addition to the external surfaces of the uterus, ovaries, bladder, bowels, and pelvic ligaments.[111] Endometriosis adhesions undergo their own menstruation which becomes trapped within the pelvic cavity, causing inflammation and pain. Adhesions may also lead to the formation of ovarian cysts. [111] Endometriosis often causes decreased fertility. Halsey accredits a miscarriage she experienced in 2015 to her endometriosis.[114][111] Halsey revealed this information to the public when she appeared on the talk show The Doctors in April 2018.[114] Only hours after Halsey realized she was having a miscarriage she went on stage to perform during a tour because she didn't want to hurt her career by missing a performance.[115] As a result of the miscarriage Halsey plans on freezing some of her eggs. [114]

In 2018, Halsey spoke out about her endometriosis and the pain it causes at the Blossom Ball, which is run by the Endometriosis Foundation of America.[113] At the Blossom Ball she stated that, "Sometimes I'm bloated, I'm on an I.V., I'm sick, I'm on medicine, and I'm backstage, terrified that I'm going to bleed through my clothes in the middle of my show."[113] She told people who attended this event that she wanted to speak out because the media often portrays her as having perfect physical health despite her struggle with endometriosis.[113] In January 2017, Halsey underwent surgery in an attempt to lessen the pain caused by the disorder.[116] Halsey has not disclosed what type of surgery she underwent.[111]



Music videos

Year Song Artist(s) Role Notes
2017 "Now or Never" Halsey Director Co-directed with Sing J Lee
"Bad at Love" Co-directed with Sing J Lee
2018 "Sorry" Co-directed with Sing J Lee
"Alone" (featuring Big Sean and Stefflon Don) Co-directed with Hannah Lux Davis
"Strangers" (featuring Lauren Jauregui) Co-directed with Jessie Hill


List of film roles
Year Title Role Note
2018 Teen Titans Go! To the Movies Wonder Woman (voice) Voice role
A Star Is Born Herself Cameo appearance


List of television roles
Year Title Role Note
2016 Roadies Herself Episodes: "The Load Out" and "Carpet Season"
2017 American Dad! Cindy (voice) Episode: "A Nice Night for a Drive"
2018 The Voice Herself/Advisor Season 15: Team Jennifer
2019 Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? Herself TV series; Pre-production




Opening act

Awards and nominations

Year Awards Category[citation needed] Recipient Result
2015 MTV Europe Music Awards Artist on the Rise Herself Nominated
2016 People's Choice Awards Favorite Breakout Artist
NME Awards[117] Best New Artist
Billboard Women in Music[118] Rising Star Won
2017 Grammy Awards Best Pop Duo/Group Performance "Closer" (with The Chainsmokers) Nominated
Album of the Year Purpose (as featured artist)
iHeartRadio Music Awards[119] Song of the Year "Closer" (with The Chainsmokers)
Dance Song of the Year Won
Best Lyrics Nominated
Best Collaboration
Billboard Music Awards[120] Top Hot 100 Song Won
Top Selling Song Nominated
Top Radio Song
Top Streaming Song (Audio)
Top Streaming Song (Video)
Top Collaboration Won
Top Dance/Electronic Song
Teen Choice Awards Choice Pop Song Nominated
Choice Breakout Artist Herself
Choice Summer Female Artist
MTV Italian Music Awards Best Video "Closer" (with The Chainsmokers) Won
Myx Music Awards[121] Best International Video Won
American Music Awards Favorite Pop/Rock Song Nominated
Collaboration of the Year
2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards[122] Female Artist of the Year Herself
Billboard Music Awards Top Female Artist Nominated
Top Radio Songs Artist Nominated
GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding Music Artist Won
Teen Choice Awards Choice Song: Female Artist "Bad at Love" Nominated
iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards Video of the Year "Bad at Love" Nominated
Best Pop Artist or Group Herself Nominated
Fan Fave Artist Nominated


  1. ^ Halsey's name can be based on either the station on the L train, the station on the J train, or both. In a Rolling Stone interview, Halsey did not clarify which station she based her name on.[5]

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