As if we didn’t already love Justin Bieber’s hit ‘Sorry’ enough, he’s gone and taken the track to a whole new level by releasing a stripped down version! Watch the Biebs sing an acoustic rendition of his new song here and get a look at what it’s like when he and Skrillex get together to collaborate!
Justin Bieber’s voice has matured immensely since the release of his last album, and that’s more evident than ever on this brand new acoustic version of his latest single “Sorry.” The 21-year-old takes us behind the scenes of one of his recording sessions with Skrillex in the new vid, and blesses our ears with an incredible take on the track we’ve already been obsessing over. To hear more about Justin Bieber, head over to iTunes and download the latest HollywoodLife podcast for free!
The black and white clip begins with Justin and the DJ, along with Blood, messing around on hoverboards during a recording session. The guys, who also collaborated on the hit “Where Are U Now,” couldn’t help but gush over what it’s like to work with one another as they spent time together during a working session.
“Working with Justin, I thought was like…the first time we got in the studio together we just did a bunch of scratch ideas and, honestly, every single thing was so good,” Skrillex explained. “It was hard to figure out where to go.” The clip then went to the guys sitting on the couch, with the 27-year-old playing guitar and the Biebs sounding raw, real and better than ever on vocals.
In the middle of the song, the footage cut to the 21-year-old doing some work at a skate park, because obviously he wasn’t going to miss an opportunity to show off his skateboarding skills! We always knew Justin was a talented singer, but we’ve got to admit — he’s got some skills on the board, too.
The “What Do You Mean?” singer’s new album, Purpose, will finally drop on Nov. 13 and we seriously can.not.wait! Justin has been talking about this for months, and considering it’s been three years since he’s released his last studio album…it’s definitely time.
HollywoodLifers, what do you think of the acoustic version of “Sorry?”