Justin Bieber has been on a bit of a winning streak recently, what with the insane levels of success that “What Do You Mean?” has received. Marking his first number one single on the Billboard Hot 100, the song has been a triumph worldwide, further cementing his admirable redemption path as successful. Now Bieber is back with another sad tropical banger, the Skrillex and BLOOD-produced “Sorry,” which is the second track to be taken from his much-anticipated new album, Purpose.

With its mostly instrumental hook and apologetic lyrics, “Sorry” is another mature track from the Canadian singer. It’s not as instantly catchy as “What Do You Mean?,” but there’s no doubting this will become a radio and chart mainstay nonetheless. Watch the dance video for the track above. Purpose is due for release November 13.

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