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Halsey released "Lie" which features vocals from Quavo. The track is off of her new album, "Hopeless Fountain Kingdom."
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The AMAs are about three weeks away and they are loading up on performers.
The video stars Halsey and The Chainsmokers' Drew Taggart as they get intimate, thinking back on their complicated past relationship.
The Chainsmokers have hinted that they are open to creating and releasing their first studio album. According to the "Closer" artists, they would release a full album if their fans want them to.
Halsey, the singer of the hit songs "Colors" and "New American" recently revealed that she got pregnant and suffered a miscarriage last year while on tour. She also admitted that she had to perform live just hours after she had a miscarriage.
Other names on the Pemberton lineup include Billy Idol, Miguel Wiz Khalifa, Purity Ring, Steve Angello and DJ Snake.
During a riotous set at Lollapalooza 2016 in Brazil this past weekend, Jack U, the EDM production super-duo of Diplo and Skrillex, dropped several new tracks including ID remixes of "Roses" by The Chainsmokers featuring vocals from Rozes and ...
Halsey is no stranger to living her life like an open book, just ask the millions of fans who follow her on Instagram, Twitter, and Tumblr. The singer delivered a candid interview recently with 'Billboard,' where she opened up about her troubled ...
Halsey is joined by Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey in her new music video for Badlands single "Colors." The Tim Mattia-directed clip follows the duo as they travel back in time to attend prep school together.
Washington D.C.'s Sweetlife Festival has announced its 2016 lineup. The one-day festival makes the most of its one-day format, the festival will be headlined by The 1975, Halsey, Flume and Grimes.
Halsey (aka Ashley Nicolette Frangipane) recently performed a cover of Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself" during an airing of Austalian radio station Triple J, making a change of her own by replacing the word love with another quite explicit word.