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Justin Bieber’s Sorry Song Drops On Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes

Justin Bieber

Bieber fans rejoice, “Sorry” is now on Spotify, Apple Music and iTunes.

The new single, which debut on the aforementioned services at 11:00 p.m. (ET), was first announced earlier this week — on Sunday, October 18.

In the new track of the album Purpose, Justin collaborates with EDM legends Blood Diamond and Skrillex. Together, the trio lays down an upbeat ‘apology’ laced with tribal drumming and EDM funk.

The Verge reports the song’s “laid-back, tropical feel” to be reminiscent of “What Do You Mean?” — which rose to the #1 spot on the Billboard charts just a few weeks back.

Scott Manson, COO of SB Projects, called it his “favorite” Bieber song ever in a tweet published on Monday.

Blood chimed in on Twitter as well, calling the song “good” in a tweet published Monday.

Earlier today, ahead of the track’s debut on Spotify and other music streaming services, Biebs released a new music video. In just a matter of hours, the video has raked in over 450,000 views and more than a quarter-million likes on YouTube alone.

On Vevo, the “Sorry” video saw well over 500,000 views since its debut.

The video was directed and produced by Parris Goebel.

The new album, Bieber’s comeback LP, is expected to be released come November 13, 2015.

Biebs, whose real name is Justin Drew Bieber, released his debut EP, My World, back in November of 2009. The album has since been certified platinum in the United States.

The 21-year-old Canadian boner singer-songwriter is scheduled to perform in December at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.

What do you think of his new single?

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