Halsey Drops Solo Version of her Post Malone collab, ‘Die 4 Me’
Halsey has revealed the impending release of a solo version of their “Die For Me” with Post Malone song on February 24, Friday.
Halsey respects her fans’ opinions! The 28-year-old singer has released the official version of “Die for Me” after years of fans speculating about an unreleased solo rendition.
The “Die 4 Me” was made available on Friday (Feb. 24), just one week after it was first announced.
Along with the song’s cover art, Halsey stated on Instagram, “This Friday, I’ve gotta nice surprise. “My following has long known that a ‘Die For Me’ demo only features me on it. Since so many people requested it after I performed my verse on tour all summer, I decided to put my complete version of ‘Die 4 Me.'”
Malone’s 2019 album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, including the song “Die For Me,” which spent five weeks at the top of the Billboard 200. In September 2019, the Future-assisted song peaked at Number—20 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Halsey’s first single since her 2022’s solo single “So Good” will be “Die 4 Me.” The song and its corresponding music video recreated the events leading up to her eventual union with Alev Aydin and chronicled their romance.
Halsey’s mega-hit song “Without Me” received her first diamond-certified solo record earlier this month. It was also the 100th song in RIAA history to achieve the coveted milestone. The celebrity had previously accomplished the same feat with their “Closer” by Chainsmokers collaboration.
The singer had previously contributed to several notable projects, like G-“Him Eazy’s & I.” Still, very few of them had utilized her talents beyond employing her as a chorus-providing accessory.
In “Die 4 Me,” Halsey surprised listeners by unleashing unadulterated venom in each biting verse. And that wasn’t even all they had to say. In the song, she confessed, “I realize it’s been a while since you last heard from me. They handed me this verse because they knew I would turn into a savage”.
Four years later, Halsey has returned with “Die 4 Me,” a solo extended cut that continues where they left off while incorporating some significant improvements.
The second stanza of Halsey’s original song features her appearance. Her tone is more muted throughout, almost haunting, and the wrath in her voice gets never discredited despite the passage of time.
In contrast to the 15 million she talks about in the original, the lyric regarding her 2018 song “Without Me” significantly increased.