Halsey Releases New Stunning Country-inspired ‘You Should Be Sad’ Music Video

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Halsey released her new country based song and her fans spotted several symbolic gestures to other female singers. Read ahead to know more.

Written By Gladwin Menezes | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Halsey released her new track titled called You should be sad and fans are raving over the music and video. The video is made in a storytelling format which Halsey is known for. The singer in the video reveals about a break-up, and the healing process she goes through to eventually find her self-worth.   

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Halsey debuts stunning country inspired ‘You Should Be Sad’ music video with Christina Aguilera, Lady Gaga, Shania Twain, Carrie Underwood references

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What seemed peculiar to some fans was the symbolism used in the music video. The singer referenced many other famous pop culture artists' in her video. She was seen wearing shiny outfits throughout the music video. It had several emotional and gripping moments which made the listener resonate with her lyrics.

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The Without Me singer made several references to iconic singers including Shania Twain Christina Aguilera and Lady Gaga. Halsey addressed this in the comments section of her fans. She herself pointed out the references she made to all the singers included in the video. She called them her idols whom she looks up to. Manic is said to be Halsey’s third studio album which is expected to get a full release on January 17.

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