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This week, Halsey teamed up with Magnum Ice Cream for the True To Pleasure show. In celebration of the performance, the company pledged $50,000 to GLSN, an organization that provides LGTBQ students with an educational environment free of judgment and harassment.

Now, after much demand, Halsey’s entire performance has been posted on YouTube.

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Halsey recently partnered with Magnum Ice Cream for its latest campaign. The True To Pleasure advertisement includes individuals from all walks of life and encourages everyone to be their most authentic selves. The singer is featured in the company’s new ad which can be seen at the start of the video.

Following Halsey’s partnership with Magnum, she took part in a benefit show for LGBTQ+ students. After much demand from fans, Halsey and Magnum released the full performance online for those who missed it. The video is available on YouTube for the next 24-hours.

“Ok u guys were so cute and nice I asked them to please upload the performance for 24 hours cause some people missed it,” Halsey tweets.

The acoustic performance includes seven songs that have been released recently in Halsey’s career.

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Halsey opens up the show with an acoustic performance of “Bad At Love.” The single is off of her 2017 album Hopeless Fountain Kingdom. She also performs “Strangers” which appears on the 2017 LP.

Halsey also included some songs off of her latest album Manic which was released earlier this year. “Without Me,” “Finally // Beautiful Stranger,” “Graveyard” and “Alanis’ Interlude” [Morissette] are all included in the setlist. She also performs her recent collab with Marshmello Be Kind.”

Halsey had specific reasons for why she decided to include each song in the setlist.

“When I put this setlist together, I picked some of the songs that, to me, best communicate the feelings of love, loss, longing, and learning,” she says. “And doing all of it in a way that is un-adulterated and unapologetically yourself. That’s a common theme in a lot of my songs.”

Due to the postponement of her Manic World Tour, Halsey has been finding other ways to keep busy over the past few months. She recently announced that she is releasing her first poetry book. As well, she launched the Black Creators Funding Initiative which supports creators in the arts.

Earlier this month, her collab “Life’s A Mess” with late rapper Juice WRLD was released. The song is off of his posthumous album that came out last week. As well, there’s some speculation that Halsey may be releasing a collab with Machine Gun Kelly and blink-182‘s Travis Barker soon.

Halsey’s full LGBTQ+ benefit performance is available to watch below.

What acoustic performance from the benefit show is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.