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Halsey Talks About Her New Album

Halsey Talks About Her New Album, “I’m Lucky to Be Alive,” and Her Unknown Illness.

Halsey shared a number of videos on Tuesday that showed them undergoing medical care, revealing that they had been fighting a long-term, secret disease in private. Along with releasing a new song called “The End,” the 29-year-old singer also hinted to the impending release of a new album.

Halsey posted a carousel picture to Instagram with the remark, “Long story short, I’m lucky to be alive.” “To cut a long story short, I wrote an album.”

They may be seen sitting and rubbing their legs in the first carousel video clip. They are dressed casually, with a bandage over her elbow and a medical gadget visible on one arm’s back.

In the video, Halsey says to whoever is behind the camera, “I feel like an old lady.” “I’m going to give myself another two years of illness,” I told myself. I’m going to have a rebirth by the time I’m thirty. I won’t be sick, I’ll look amazing, I’ll be full of energy, and I’m going to basically go back and redo my 20s. Sincerely.

The following slide features Halsey sitting in a chair with a mask on, seemingly getting an infusion. They explain, “Today is the first day of treatment.”

Additional brief snippets feature Halsey in a studio, a hospital bed, and various settings while she sings and receives medical attention.

In the description of the picture, Halsey mentioned the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the Lupus Research Alliance Instagram accounts. Halsey has reportedly donated to both organizations, according to the Associated Press.

Lyrics such as “Every couple of years now, a doctor says I’m sick / Pulls out a brand new bag of tricks / And then they lay it on me / And at first, it was my brain, then a skeleton in pain / And I don’t like to complain, but I’m saying sorry” are found in their new acoustic track, “The End.”

Before disclosing any information about their sickness on Wednesday, Halsey thanked fans on Instagram for the “unbelievable amount of love” and support they had received for “The End” since its debut.

I wasn’t sure how much of the news I’ve been holding in for a long time to share, but I know everyone is catching up. I want to share a little bit more because you’ve all been so lovely,” she wrote. “I was diagnosed with a rare T-cell lymphoproliferative disorder in 2022, after initially being diagnosed with lupus SLE.” Both of which I will probably have for the rest of my life and which are currently being treated or are in remission. With the assistance of wonderful doctors, I gradually brought things under control after a rough beginning. I’m feeling better now that I’ve had two years, and I’m thankful to have music in my life. I am eager to return to my rightful place, Together with all of you My heart is screaming and singing.”

Halsey revealed in 2022 that she was diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Sjogren’s syndrome, mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS), and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) following the birth of her son Ender in July 2021. Additionally, they have openly discussed their battle with endometriosis. They identified as “allergic to literally everything” and claimed to have spent “most of my adult life” feeling at least “kind of” ill in 2022. Four days after surgery, she walked the red carpet at the 2022 Grammy Awards, and three days after her initial surgery, she attended the 2017 ceremony.

Halsey has not yet revealed the name of their upcoming album or the date of its release. This is their first release since If I Can’t Have Love, Then I Want Power in 2021.

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