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    Halsey's Record Label Has Finally Agreed To Release Their New Song, But Fans Aren't Really Happy With The Company

    "We love you and are here to support you."

    Halsey finally has permission to drop their new single after a battle with their record label.

    A closeup of Halsey

    In case you missed it, the musician recently shed some light on what's going on behind-the-scenes after the release of their song "So Good" was continuously pushed back.

    A closeup of Halsey

    Halsey explained that they were told by their label, Capitol Records, that the song wouldn't be released until they could "fake" a "viral TikTok moment" to promote it.

    It turns out that Halsey explaining the situation was enough to go viral — and set off a chain of other musicians who revealed they were going through the same thing.

    A closeup of Halsey and Charli XCX

    After outrage from fans online, and almost nine million views on Halsey's TikTok, Capitol Records has agreed to release the song on June 9.

    "@halsey, we love you and are here to support you. We are committing to a release of 'So Good' on June 9th, 2022," the label wrote on Twitter.

    - @halsey, we love you and are here to support you. We are committing to a release of “So Good” on June 9th, 2022.

    @capitolmusic / Via Twitter: @capitolmusic

    In the tweet, the label also added that they are an "artist first" company who "encourages open dialogue" and have "nothing but a desire to help" their artists succeed.

    A closeup of Halsey

    While some fans may debate the content of the label's message, Halsey just seems to be excited to finally share the song with the world.

    "if you have the internet you have probably heard that I’ve been trying to put this song out for a long time. and I’m thrilled you’ll finally get to hear it. So Good, song on June 9th and video (directed by @zoneaydin) the next day," Halsey wrote.

    A closeup of Halsey

    The internet definitely can't wait to hear the song, Halsey!