Halsey Net Worth In 2020
Ashley Nicolette Frangipane is popularly known for her stage name as Halsey, is American singer and songwriter born in Edison, New Jersey, United States.
Almost everyone knows Halsey for her melodious songs filled with meaningful lyrics.
Keep reading to unveil Halsey’s net worth in 2020, Awards, Early Life, Relationship Life, Music Career, and lots more.
Halsey Biography and Early Life
Ashley Nicolette Frangipane was born in Edison, New Jersey, the United States to the family of Chris (father) and Nicole (mother) on 29th September 1994.
Her father (Chris) was a car dealer while her mother (Nicole) worked as security for a hospital.
Halsey has two younger brothers named Sevian and Dante, respectively.
During her childhood, she played lots of musical instruments such as; violin, viola, and cello and acoustic guitar.
She attended Warren Hills Regional High School and graduated in 2012.
At age 17, Halsey attempted suicide after being diagnosed with bipolar, which her mother suffers as well.
After her graduation from high school, she enrolled in Rhode Island School of Design but dropped out due to low financial status.
In a nutshell, Halsey’s early life wasn’t rosy. She passed through lots of hardships, but above all, she’s successful today.
Halsey Music Career
Halsey started her music career at age 17 in 2012 by posting some music videos on social media such as YouTube and others.
Although she wasn’t popular from the beginning (who gets popular in the beginning?), she continued and started following the footsteps of Taylor Swift in music.
In 2014, Halsey went to a party and met a guy who requested to sing with her because of a good voice.
She agreed, and they both worked on a piece of music titled Ghost, which the guy posted Spotify.
Within a few hours of the post, the song started getting lots of streams until, in few days, the song went viral.
Ghost made lots of record labels come begging for Halsey, but she later signed up with Astralwerks due to the better advantages they gave her above others.
Halsey began dishing out lots of tracks. So far, Halsey has written and sang numerous songs.
We’ve gathered a list of her hit music below;
- Without Me (2018)
- You Should Be Sad (2020)
- Bad at Love (2017)
- Eastside (2018)
- Graveyard (2019)
- Colors (2015)
- Now or Never (2017)
- 11 Minutes (2019)
- Finally // beautiful stranger (2019)
- New Americana (2015)
- Alone (2017)
- Nightmare (2019)
- Gasoline (2015)
- Sorry (2017)
- Eyes Closed (2017)
- Ghost (2014)
- Strangers (2017)
- Clementine (2019)
- Hurricane (2014)
- Castle (2015)
So far, Halsey has been nominated 50 times for awards and won 16 times.
Here’s a list of Halsey won awards;
- Billboard Women in Music (2016)
- iHeartRadio Music Awards (2017)
- Billboard Music Awards – 2 (2017)
- MTV Italian Music Awards (2017)
- Myx Music Awards (2017)
- GLAAD Media Awards (2018)
- Global Awards (2019)
- Global Awards (2019)
- iHeartRadio Titanium Award (2019)
- Guinness World Records (2019)
- Songwriters Hall of Fame (2019)
- Teen Choice Awards (2019)
- MTV Video Music Awards (2019)
- American Music Awards (2019)
Halsey Relationship Life
Halsey has dated a couple of guys in recent years. She dated Lido from 2015 to 2016.
In 2017, Halsey began dating famous rapper G-Eazy and sang a song together titled “Him & I.”
Unfortunately, in 2018, the couple broke up.
Then she started dating YungBuld that same 2018, but the relationship didn’t last.
However, presently she is known to be dating prominent actor “Evan Peters.”
Halsey Net Worth In 2020
Presently in the year 2020, Halsey’s net worth is estimated to be $12 Million.
Halsey Best Quotes
My mom is awesome. She’s really young. My mom is 40, and she raised me listening to Nirvana and Courtney Love and Coldplay, Gin Blossoms, The Cranberries, and stuff. Like, my early, early memories are of being a little kid running around in floral skirts and Doc Martens when I was, like, three.
I’m open about having bipolar disorder. I’m open about being of mixed race. I’m open about being bisexual, and I have this wantingness to talk about it, and for me, it’s about more than being a role model for any specific community.
I have to remember for every kid saying something awful; there’s a kid saying something great.
A guitar can be so human, so sorrowful, so angry, and I wanted to figure out how to achieve that vibe without having to actually use guitars, because ‘Badlands’ is a very futuristic record – and making it that in an era of futuristic music is a really hard thing to do!
I end up pleading my case to alternative programmers – you’re telling me that my music is too dark for pop, too pop for an alternative, and urban radio won’t touch it – so we have a record that doesn’t fit in. And what is more alternative than that?
I write songs very quickly, so the 20 minutes of joy I get out of writing a song doesn’t compare to the two months of joy I get engaging with the people who like my music.
It usually takes me 20 to 90 minutes to write a song because once I start, I don’t stop. If I start writing a song and you try to have a conversation with me, you’re a bad person.
You can tell if there’s magic in something. When you start it, you want to finish it, and you want it to be perfect. If you’re not inspired, and you’re working hard to pull inspiration from somewhere and make a song something it’s not, then it’s very contrived, and I don’t like to write music that’s contrived.
As a songwriter, pop music really is a love and a joy and a science, and I feel like a lot of people look at pop music with a very formulaic perspective in numbers and patterns, but an outsider would think that the process is very natural.
It’s hard because I think I fall into this in-between space where there’s something that’s innately feminine about me, and there’s also something that’s kind of androgynous. I carry myself somewhere in between, and I think my music lends itself to that as well.
All the musicians I loved growing up were men. I loved Leonard Cohen, Mick Jagger. I loved Alex Turner from the Arctic Monkeys. Even today, I love Van McCann from Catfish and the Bottlemen and Matt Healy from 1975.
I’m not actually even a very good singer. I’m not.
I’m 21 years old, and it’s kind of uncomfortable for me to talk about, but I’m in the 1 percent as far as my income and tax bracket. But now that I’m here, there’s no amount of money you can wave in front of my face that will make me understand depriving people of human rights.
I didn’t even realize I was writing songs – I thought I was just witty and sarcastic.
Most artists, their 60th show was in front of no one. My first show was in front of 1,200 people.
I hate feeling like a prisoner. I show up somewhere, and I can’t explore the city because there’s, like, 6,000 to 10,000 people on the lookout for me.
I was a weirdo. I think I wanted to be liked, but I didn’t have the attention or bother to actually make an effort to be. I also think I had a different perception of what I needed to do to be liked.
I think, growing up in a small town – I grew up in a lot of different places. I grew up in a city environment, a more suburban environment, a more rural environment. That’s the beauty of New Jersey is you get a lot of different types of living.
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.
People are so afraid to talk about real things, but they’re experiences that everyone goes through.
The environment around you shapes who you are. How you handle an emergency or how you react when someone is rude to you, that’s you.
So many people are concerned with being the perfect ‘something.’ Whether it’s the perfect singer, the perfect sexy girl, or the perfect feminist, I don’t want to be the perfect anything.
I’m used to packing up and leaving, to condensing myself into a digestible version because people don’t have much time to get to know me.
- Real Name: Ashley Nicolette Frangipane
- Date Of Birth: 29th September 1994
- Nationality: American
- Parents: Chris (Father) Nicole (Mother)
- Occupation: Singer and Songwriter
- Siblings: Sevian and Dante (Brothers)
- Boyfriend: Lido (2015 – 2016), G-Eazy (2017 – 2018), YungBuld (2018), Evan Peters (2019 to Date)
- Net Worth: $12 Million