Justin Bieber “Sorry” Acoustic Music Video – Watch Here!
Justin Bieber has just debuted an acoustic music video for “Sorry,” the highly-anticipated second single from his upcoming album Purpose. Watch below!
As Gossip Cop reported, “Sorry” premiered earlier this week along with a dance video, but Bieber didn’t actually appear in the footage. The singer, however, is very much front and center in this new black-and-white video in which he sings an acoustic version of “Sorry,” while collaborator Skrillex plays the guitar (see right).
The video opens with Bieber and Skrillex riding around on self-balancing electric scooters while talking about why they enjoy working with one another. “Working with this guy is easy, because he just cares so much,” Bieber says of the EDM superstar. “When you have people that care, that’s what goes the extra mile,” he adds. The singer previously worked with Skrillex on the EDM anthem “Where Are U Now.”
Bieber then sits down on a couch with Skrillex and EDM producer Blood to perform the acoustic version of his new single “Sorry.” After the song, the musicians show off their impressive skateboarding skills in an indoor skate park, where they jump off of ramps and rails.
Purpose will be released on November 13. In the meantime, check out the “Sorry” acoustic music video below, and tell Gossip Cop what you think. Note: Video no longer available.