Halsey shows off trim frame & tattoos while posing in a white dress

dropped in on Instagram on Monday to share new content with her 31.2 million followers.

The 28-year-old pop star -  - posed in a silky white mini dress.

Uploading multiple photos to her Stories, Halsey, whose real name is Ashley, put on a sultry display.

The mother-of-one stood in front of a textured beige wall as she showed a melancholy expression. 

The New Jersey-born songstress modeled a sleeveless frock that was trimmed in lace and had very thin spaghetti straps. 

New content: Halsey dropped in on Instagram on Monday to share new content with her 31.2 million followers

The dress was embellished with black and white vintage-looking photos as well as scraps of handwriting.

Halsey accented the look with sexy accessories set on her thighs - a white garter with hanging crosses and a black belt with silver hardware.

The Bad At Love hitmaker added delicate ivory socks and a pair of matte black Mary Jane shoes.

The music artist's heavily tattooed skin was bared in the photos, displaying her multiple arm and leg ink.

On Sunday it was announced that Halsey severed ties with her longtime label partner Capitol Records after an eight-year relationship.

Over the course of her career, the pop star released four studio albums through Capitol Music Group and Capitol Records itself.

'After eight great years the decision to leave Capitol is bittersweet, but we are excited about exploring a new partnership and sharing new music with fans,' Halsey’s managers, Anti-Pop’s Jason Aron and Anthony Li, wrote in a statement.

It comes nearly one year after the Without Me singer-songwriter got into a public dispute with Capitol.

Style: The 28-year-old pop star - who recently split from her record label - posed in a silky white mini dress

Smoldering: Uploading multiple photos to her Stories, Halsey, whose real name is Ashley, put on a sultry display

Halsey accused the label of shelving her single So Good until it had a viral TikTok campaign attached to it.

'My record company is saying that I can't release it unless they can fake a viral moment on TikTok,' she said in May 2022. 

'Everything is marketing and they are doing this to basically every artist these days. I just wanna release music, man. And I deserve better tbh.'

Halsey added, 'Basically I have a song that I love that I wanna release ASAP. But my record label won’t let me.'

A Capitol Music Group spokesperson responded to the artist's posts in a statement sent to Billboard: 'Our belief in Halsey as a singular and important artist is total and unwavering. We can’t wait for the world to hear their brilliant new music.'

'We have nothing but a desire to help each one of our artists succeed, and hope that we can continue to have these critical conversations,' the statement continued.

Ultimately, So Good was released on June 9, 2002, just over a month after the dispute was made public.

Halsey's most recent album, If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power, came out in August 2021.

Produced by Nine Inch Nails star Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, it would go on to debut at number two on the Billboard 200 chart, behind the support of singles I Am Not A Woman, I Am A God and You Asked for This.

Done deal: Halsey and Capitol Records decided to part ways after an eight-year partnership that produced four studio albums between 2015 and 2021; pictured in 2019

Grand LP arrival: The Halsey-Capitol partnership began with her debut studio album Badlands (2015)

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