Halsey making new album with “no strict style parameters”

Halsey has given followers a touch of the route she’s entering into for her subsequent album.

Final week, the singer took to social media to reply a number of fan questions, one in all which was concerning the progress of Halsey’s subsequent file and what it could sound like. Halsey wrote: “As of proper now I’m approaching it kinda how I approached ‘Manic’. No strict style parameters or something. Simply making what feels good and what hits house :)”

She added that the album to this point contains “a few of my greatest songwriting”. “loads of life has occurred to me since I wrote [‘If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power’]”.

Halsey most just lately teamed up with BTS’ Suga to launch ‘Lilith’, for Diablo 4. ‘Lilith’ initially appeared on Halsey’s fourth album “If I Can’t Have Love, I Need Energy’. The brand new model of ‘Lilith’ featured a brand-new verse from BTS rapper Suga.

In June, Halsey mentioned that the collaboration, which she described as “revolv[ing] round our mutual admiration for darkish mythology”, had been a “longstanding dream” for the singer. Notably, the duo has beforehand collaborated on ‘Suga’s Interlude’, from Halsey’s third studio album ‘Manic’.

“Collectively, we had been capable of infuse the anthem with intricate narratives that embody a wider vary of feelings I wouldn’t have been capable of inform with out him,” Halsey mentioned. “He added a complete new perspective to the music. Plus, it was simply truthfully actually cool to do one thing so badass with my buddy.”

Halsey had beforehand touched on her friendship with Suga and why they’ve such a particular connection, saying that they’re “unusually (and generally wordlessly) linked on a inventive wavelength”.

Halsey’s 2021 album ‘If I Can’t Have Love, I Need Energy’ scored a four-star overview from NME, with Nick Levine writing: “It virtually goes with out saying that this album is intense as hell and never precisely teeming with gentle reduction. It’s additionally an intricate and an endlessly compelling inventive assertion that solely Halsey might have made.”


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