The music industry has changed dramatically over the past few decades. The advent of several forms of new technology have reshaped business operations completely, forcing both artists and the companies that sponsor them to adapt repeatedly to the changing times. Artists today work on much more than their music as a result, owning a wide variety of companies and procuring lucrative brand deals that can be even more promising than their music careers. The bigger the star you are, the more opportunities and freedoms become available as integrity becomes a greater concern than income. One of the industry’s heavyweights is taking full advantage of those opportunities: Halsey is set to release the film If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power in conjunction with the release of her upcoming album of the same name.
Halsey has achieved a substantial level of success in the past few years, becoming a household name when she was old enough to consume alcohol. She has taken it in stride however as she kept her composure despite criticisms early in her career. In doing so, she put herself on the path to superstardom as her albums have sold millions of copies worldwide and won more awards than most artists are ever nominated for, but she isn’t done. Her new album If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power is currently slated to release on August 27th, and now it has been announced that Halsey will be additionally releasing a film of the same name. The hour-long IMAX film is said to focus oo the artist’s struggles with her most recent pregnancy and fans will be able to pre-order tickets to see the project beginning August 3rd.
Halsey came out of the gates quickly and has not slowed down for a second since. Her 2015 album Badlands would debut at second on the Billboard 200 list and would set the stage for who she has become today. Now she is at the top of the world, or music industry rather, and has the platform to tell her story. She will be doing exactly that with the release of If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power, both album and film, and fans can mark their calendars to pre-order their tickets in a few short weeks.