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Halsey’s label announces release date for new single after TikTok row

Halsey was finally given a release date for her new single after calling out her label on social media.

On May 22, Halsey shocked her fans by revealing that Capitol Records was blocking the release of her upcoming single, So Good.

“Basically, I have a song that I like and I want to get it out ASAP, but my label won’t let me,” they explained. through a TikTok video.

“I’ve been in this industry for eight years and I’ve sold over 165 million records and my record label says I can’t release [the song] unless they can fake a viral moment on TikTok.

“It’s all about marketing. And they do that to all artists these days. I just wanna release music, man I deserve better [to be honest]. I’m tired.”

Shortly after uploading the video, fans flooded their comments section with words of support.

One user wrote: “This is so unfair. You work hard, all of you artists. I hope we can listen soon.

Another fan commented, “I saw you guys in Tampa a few days ago and it was an amazing time!!! Hope your record label comes along.

@halseyI’m tired♬ original sound – Halsey

After a week of rejection from fans and the Bad At Love singer, Capitol Records has finally announced that the aforementioned song will be released as soon as possible.

“[Halsey], we love you and are here to support you. We are committed to a release of So Good on June 9, 2022, the company said via social media.

“We are first and foremost a company of artists who encourage open dialogue. We have nothing but a desire to help each of our artists succeed and hope that we can continue to have these critical conversations.

Shortly after the company released its statement, Halsey took to TikTok and expressed her excitement over the news.

“After a massive amount of f**k shit, So Good finally comes out,” she wrote in the video. “Thank you for following this fiasco. Hope you like the song.

The Without Me singer also revealed that an accompanying music video for the track is set to be released the following day.

“I didn’t expect so many conversations about this record, all I know is I wanted you to hear it, and now you can”, they added on Twitter.