Justin Bieber Releases Skrillex Collaboration 'Sorry'

(Radio.com) Justin Bieber has released "Sorry" the second single from his forthcoming fourth studio album Purpose. Bieber had previously teased the track by posting a fifteen second acoustic preview.

Now we have the official audio for the track, presented in "dance video" form. The clip above features shots of women dancing to the song, but an official music video is still in the works.

The track was co-produced by Sonny John Moore, better know by his stage name Skrillex. It's not the first collaboration for the two artists, Bieber worked on 'Where Are Ü Now" with Jack Ü (Skrillex and Diplo). Check it out here.

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