Halsey Height

I wear my personality on my sleeve, for sure, and my look is constantly changing because so am I.

Famous singer and songwriter, Ashley Nicolette Frangipane or better known by her stage name -- Halsey, is known for her songs such as "Without Me", "Control", "Walls Could Talk", "Be Kind", etc.

Halsey looks like a tall woman, with long legs and a relatively small torso, but surprisingly she isn't that tall.

She once mentioned her height as 5 feet 4 inches in past and from what we have seen of her (like with a 5 feet 7.5 inches tall Justin Bieber), she looks around the mark. In short, she is exactly as tall as the average height of women in the United States.

The real height of Halsey is

5'3½" or 161 cm

Halsey standing with Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift
Halsey with Justin Bieber (5'7½") and Taylor Swift (5'9½")

Halsey is a songwriter too, so obviously her quotes would be musical.

On being a human.

I'm a human, and I'm multidimensional. If I was the perfect form of anything, I'd be boring. If I was a free spirit all the time, I would be boring; I would lack depth. If I was dark and enigmatic all the time, then I would lack relatability.

On being many things.

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.

Your environment.

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.

Who she really is.

If I am who I am, I'm provocative, candid, and androgynous; there's nothing I can do that will make any fan think, 'I didn't expect that from her.'

Negative vs. positive.

I have to remember for every kid saying something awful, there's a kid saying something great.

Self-refection in the mornings.

I wake up every day and think about what I am to other people. What I am to the people I employ, who depend on me to wake up and do my job that day and keep this career going? I think about what I am to the kids who listen to my music and all the other people involved in this project.

What being a popular artist means.

Being an artist and having a following can be a very scary thing because idolization makes you question your inner role in the universe. A lot of people get caught up in this idea of, "Wow! This world does revolve around me," and it most certainly does not. It's the exact opposite; these people don't exist for you, you exist for them.

Her songwriting.

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.

The magic in art.

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.

The sweet science of the pop.

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.