Beyonce Debuts 'Sorry' Standalone Video

Beyonce Debuts 'Sorry' Standalone Video [WATCH]


Beyonce‘s long-form Lemonade short film has been available on TIDAL since it debuted two months ago, but Bey has just released a standalone video for the fourth track, “Sorry.”

The clip was a segment of the original film, which finds Beyonce sitting on a throne as tennis superstar Serena Williams twerks alongside her. It became one of the most-talked about moments in Lemonade, and it’s cut alongside scenes of Bey in a city bus with her body painted compadres as they overtake an antebellum-style southern mansion.

The Lemonade was full of stirring visuals, and the “Sorry” clip was one of the most buzzworthy, so it’s only fitting that Bey release it as a standalone. She’s on The Formation World Tour in support of Lemonade. The tour’s North American leg wound down in Detroit last week, with the European leg set to kick off on June 25th in Sunderland, England.

She and hubby Jay Z got to enjoy some downtime in Hawaii on Father’s Day weekend, after they caught Game 6 of the NBA Finals following her Detroit show. Lemonade has gone platinum and sold 1.6 million copies worldwide since it debuted April 23rd.

You can watch the video for “Sorry” above this article.