Watch: NJ Native, Halsey, Confirms New Single
New Jersey native, Halsey, just wrapped up two sold-out shows at Webster Hall in New York. On Wednesday, she performed her debut album, BADLANDS, and last night, she performed her 2nd album, hopeless fountain kingdom.
By the way, at last night's show, Halsey made a point to tell the crowd that she was happy that she could finally call hopeless fountain kingdom her "second album." A reference to the fact that Halsey has promised fans a new album this year.
Although her fans were singing along to every song, the highlight of last night's show may have been "Bad At Love."
After performing the complete album, Halsey came back out for an encore that included the #1 hit, "Without You," a solo version of her collaboration with Benny Blanco and Khalid, "Eastside," and two older songs --- "Is There Somewhere" and "Gasoline." And at the very end of the show, a curtain dropped that read revealed the name of her new single and the date it will be released. It read, "Halsey NIGHTMARE May 17."
Halsey, aka Ashley Frangipane, was born in Edison, NJ and graduated from Warren Hills Regional High School in Washinton, NJ.