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Hayley Kiyoko Celebrates 3rd Anniversary Of Her Debut Album ‘Expectations’ By Remembering Cherished Moments

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Former member of ‘The Stunners,’ singer, songwriter, and dancer Hayley Kiyoko marked the 3rd anniversary of her debut album ‘Expectations‘ through her verified Instagram account, on March 30.

As known, the 29-year-old star released her very first solo album, featuring the singles ‘Sleepover,’ ‘Feelings’ and ‘Curious,’ on March 30, 2018. As soon as the album was launched through Atlantic Records, it garnered high praises and debuted on the top 40 charts in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Both to celebrate the success of the album one more time and to share the special day with her fans and followers, Kiyoko posted a series of photos and videos captured/recorded in 2018, when she just released the groundbreaking album. Alongside her cherished memories from that era, the singer also added the following message as a caption:

“3 years ago I debuted my first album. 2018 was filled with so many incredible memories shared with all of you. Thank you for making me feel apart of something bigger than music.”

Showing her gratitude for her loyal fans, Kiyoko, who recently launched her perfume line, heralded that new music on the way:

“I love you all and I can’t wait to share a new chapter with you very very soon ☺️”

At the end of the caption, ‘I’m Too Sensitive for This Sh*t‘ hitmaker asked her followers to share their favorite memories regarding the album which peaked at no. 12 on US Billboard 200. What’s more, Kiyoko got feedback from famous names:

“Watching u perform at Coachella !!!🥺” wrote, ‘American Pie: Girls’ Rules’ actor Madison Pettis.

“This makes my heart so whole” added, another actor Ella Balinska.

Head this way to view Kiyoko’s Instagram post.

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