The Bieber Gods have heard our prayers! Justin Bieber just dropped his sexy new single, ‘Sorry,’ which seems to be an apology song to Selena Gomez, and it is ridiculously hot. Listen to it here.
Justin Bieber has done it again, y’all. The 21-year-old just dropped his newest single, “Sorry,” off his upcoming album, Purpose, and it’s the jam. And based on the lyrics, it seems like it’s totally about his ex, Selena Gomez. He’s even begging for a “second chance” in one of the verses!
We’re obsessed with this new track. Plus, we love that Justin also released a sexy dance video to go with it. Watch it above!
Purpose — Justin’s new album — will drop in full on Nov. 13, and we are basically dying with anticipation for what else JB has in store for us. Thus far, “Where Are U Now,” “What Do You Mean?” and now “Sorry” have exceeded our expectations. So we can only imagine the rest of the album will blow our minds.
“Sorry,” is the second single Justin has dropped from the album. And it’s actually a collaboration between Skrillex, Blood, and the Biebs. The first single off Purpose, “What Do You Mean?” was released on Aug. 28 and, honestly, we haven’t even recovered from its sensual awesomeness. Oh, and that video— need we say more? Didn’t think so.
Though this is the only song Justin has “officially” leaked this week, it isn’t the first bit of new music we’ve heard from him in the last couple days! Actually, fans around the world had a collective heart attack on Oct. 17, when a duet, which Justin recorded with Selena, 23, hit the web and just so happened to be sexy as all heck.
The song, called “Strong,” definitely seems to reflect Justin and Selena’s tumultuous relationship, detailing a love which once was. However, fans might want to take a breather because it may have actually been recorded up to three years ago, according to a report. In fact, the song was never even meant to be released and leaked onto the web “by accident.” Well– that’s not going to stop us from listening to it!
However, we will definitely take a break from replaying “Strong” in order to play “Sorry” on a loop for a very long time.
What do you think of “Sorry,” HollywoodLifers? Do you like it more than “What Do You Mean?”
— Casey Mink & Chris Rogers