Halle Bailey EP

Halle Bailey has a new EP on the method, and it’s coming ahead of followers assume. In a new interview with Cosmopolitan, the singer and Little Mermaid star revealed that she’ll “positively” be releasing a debut solo EP by “the finish of the 12 months.”

“My music is unquestionably for the younger lady who doesn’t know herself utterly but, who’s rising day-after-day and studying about who she is and about her energy,” she instructed the outlet. “It’s an emotional, weak sort of music. It’s additionally a love letter to myself and my youthful self and my future self.”

The new music announcement comes a month after she dropped the mission’s first single, a jazzy observe titled “Angel.” Bailey defined that she’s realized to “imagine in myself alone” as she creates music exterior her duo with sister Chlöe, who launched her debut album In Pieces earlier this 12 months.

“Every time we’re working collectively, she’s the voice of purpose, and she’s, like, the confidence for us each. She goes, ‘Keep going. Keep driving it, Halle. You’re doing nice. You’re doing nice.’ You know?” she mentioned. “She is my words-of-affirmation companion. So with out her, once I’m making music, I’m attempting to resolve if issues are good alone.”

“The inventive course of could be very up and down. It’s me studying how to give myself these affirmations,” she added.

The singer says the new music will come out as she continues to star in large movies, together with December’s The Color Purple, which is produced by Oprah Winfrey. Bailey defined that whereas she doesn’t usually discuss her relationships and “my private stuff,” she mentioned she’ll contact on these themes in her music.


“I’ll inform you the place I get my creativity from. This has been a actually stunning transformative time for me. I’ve all this new materials to write about. It’s like, What the heck did I simply expertise and undergo? A whirlwind of amazingness,” she mentioned. “You by no means know what you’re succesful of till you’re put by way of it. I used to be very creatively impressed, and then from there, I fell in love.”

“And so I actually simply performed with these themes in my music. Sound-wise, it’s a little trendy R&B-ish, with all the jazz components and hints of pop that I really like,” she added.

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