Born Ashley Frangipane and better known by her stage name Halsey (an anagram of her first name), she has released notable singles titled "Ghost," "Hurricane," and "New Americana."
She began her singing career in 2012 when she released a parody of the Taylor Swift song "I Knew You Were Trouble," which she called "The Haylor Song (Trouble Parody)."
She signed with both Astralwerks and Capital Records. She released an EP called Room 93.
Her parents are Nicole and Chris Frangipane. She has two younger brothers named Sevian and Dante. From 2017 to 2018, she dated rapper G-Eazy.
She previously had an on-off relationship with her music producer LidoLido.