Justin Bieber is done is asking questions. No, really—the pop star is following up hit singles “Where Are Ü Now” and “What Do You Mean?” with a song that has no question marks, implied or otherwise. “Sorry” is the latest taste of the singer’s upcoming album, Purpose, which is due to arrive the same day as One Direction’s new record on Nov. 13 in a battle-of-the-heartthrobs showdown. The track also reunites Bieber with Skrillex, who produced “Where Are Ü Now” along with Diplo, which means it will probably rule the airwaves. With a beat this breezy, though, that’s nothing to be sorry about.
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