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Halsey’s new single ‘So Good’ will be released on June 9 | Entertainment

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Halsey’s new single ‘So Good’ will be released on June 9.

The ‘Control’ hitmaker – real name Ashley Frangipane – will drop the new song next week after they accused her record label of holding it until “they can fake a viral moment” on TikTok.

The 27-year-old pop star’s label Capitol Music posted a statement on Twitter with the caption: “@halsey we love you and are here to support you. We are committing to a release of ‘So Good’ on June 9th, 2022.”

The label – which boasts Katy Perry, Aitch, Lewis Capaldi and Sir Paul McCartney on their books – outlined their intention to “continue to have these critical conversations”.

The statement read: “We are an artist first company that encourages open dialogue. We have nothing but a desire to help each one of our artists succeed, and hope that we can continue to have these critical conversations.”


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This move comes after the ‘Closer’ hitmaker accused them of not allowing the song to be made available until they orchestrated a “fake viral moment on TikTok”.

Halsey captioned post on the video-sharing app: “Everything is marketing.”

In the video, they said: “I just wanna release music man. I deserve better tbh.”

After the news of the release date, the Grammy nominee admitted they “didn’t expect so much conversation” while celebrating with their 10-month-son Ender, whose father is their partner Alev Aydin.

Halsey wrote on Twitter: “I didn’t expect so much conversation about this record,” they wrote. “All I know is that I wanted you guys to hear it and now you can. So Good, song on June 9th and video the next day. Endy gave my flowers”





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