Halsey Celebrates Postpartum Bodies in New Album Cover Shoot

Halsey recently unveiled the groundbreaking cover art for her fourth musical album “If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power” on her Instagram page.

The bisexual singer with this captivating cover made the Internet go haywire. Halsey through this cover aims to raise awareness of the beauty and ugliness of a pregnant woman’s body and that there is no reason to be ashamed to accept and be proud of the changes that go through a mother’s body. Her album cover reflected the gift of childbirth as a dichotomy between Madonna and whore.

Sitting on a gorgeous golden throne, the “Without Me” singer looked divine wearing a luxe vintage dress while showing off her baby bump. The only accessories were her imperial crown and those gold studded fingernails which she adorned like a true queen. Her brunette hair was a curly mess but looked artistic with the glamorous crown. Protectively holding an adorable baby in one hand while showing off her chest to the world, the singer not only looks powerful but dynamically compelling.

In the fashion world, this look has opened new doors for all fashion enthusiasts. You might call this look controversial, but for thousands of her fans, this look is liberating, accepting and radical. This avant-garde image is the pioneer of a new era.

Halsey first revealed this artwork on her Metropolitan Museum of Art Instagram live stream. She also captioned this photo on her official account and proclaimed, “This album is a concept album about the joys and horrors of pregnancy and childbirth. It was very important to me that the cover conveyed the feeling of my journey over the past few months. The dichotomy of Madonna and Harlot. The idea that me as a sexual being and my body as a vessel and gift to my child are two concepts that can coexist peacefully and My body has belonged to the world in different ways over the past few years, and this image is my way to reclaim my autonomy and establish my pride and strength as the life force for my human being.

She continued, “This cover image celebrates pregnant and postpartum bodies as something beautiful, to be admired. We still have a long way to go to eradicate the social stigma around bodies and breastfeeding. I hope this can be a step in the right direction! “.

Her new album is set to hit streaming services and local stores on August 27, 2021.

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