Beyoncé just released the music video for "Sorry" off her album "Lemonade" on Wednesday (June 22) — which means "Sorry" must be the new radio single. YESS.
As much as we all loved her visual album masterpiece, it's pretty cool to be able to watch "Sorry" as a standalone video too.
If you are a reptilian who has not yet seen or heard "Sorry," here's what you need to know about it:
"Sorry" became instantly iconic the moment we all heard Beyoncé growl on the track, "you better call Becky with the good hair." The clip also features Serena Williams twerking like a boss and Beyoncé in a throne, an ode to Williams' legendary Sports Illustrated cover.
Bey also throws her middle fingers up, says the words "suck on my balls, pause," and dances on the hood of a party bus.
It is just as glorious on its own as it is as part of "Lemonade." For your soul's sake, stop everything you are doing and watch this video now:
This is "Lemonade's" second single after "Formation," which was released in February before her tour was even announced. "Sorry" seems like a natural choice for a single — the song is perfect for blasting at a summer BBQ.
Anyone want to take a stab for what single will come next? My (maybe radical) guess is "Don't Hurt Yourself."