Hos much is Halsey worth?
The activist has amassed a net worth of $15 million.
|Net Worth:||$15 million|
|Date of birth:||September 29, 1994 (29 years old)|
|Profession:||Activist, Music Video Director, Singer-songwriter, Songwriter|
Biography – A Short Wiki
Halsey was born September 29, 1994 in Washington, New Jersey. Her professional career started in 2014 and she quickly received huge recognition. Halsey published her debut album titled Badlands in 2015. According to latest rumors, Halsey is dating a DJ. Her boyfriend’s name is Andrew Taggart. But other sources romantically linked Halsey to Ashton Irwin or even Ruby Rose. Halsey posted also some very hot pics on social media, including one on balcony where she wears only tiny purple bikini.
Halsey used to post covers and songs on various social media. She became famous for a parody of Taylor Swift’s song “I Knew You Were Trouble.” She chose Halsey as her stage name as it is an anagram of her first name, and also refers to the Halsey Street station of the New York City Subway in Brooklyn, where she has spent considerable time as a teenager.
Halsey has been outspoken about being Bisexual and dating both girls and boys in her life. She has alluded to this in her song “Bad At Love,” where she mentions her failed relationships with her exes of both genders.
“Being a pop-leaning, female artist, you’d think that I’d have my record company breathing down my neck and trying to control everything I’m doing. Actually, they’ve just kind of let me take the wheel.”
“I wouldn’t trivialize my existence into a hashtag.”
“At the end of the day, every decision I make about my music is about creating a collective.”
“I’m learning slowly to not be as much of a control freak. I can’t afford to be all the time, but I’m getting better at communicating. Delegating parts of my vision for other people to execute has made it an easier process for knowing what I want, and what people can handle, and what I should probably save for myself.”
“Every song I write is autobiographical and is about people, and that’s one of the things that gets complicated. You have to decide where’s your place as a songwriter.”