Just in case you thought her well-earn LEMONADE hype had reached its peak, Beyoncé released standalone visual, “Sorry” this morning.
Most people who watched the groundbreaking visual album agree that it was a transcendental experience—blurring the lines between poetry and melody. “Sorry” honors LEMONADE’s artistic perfection and appears almost identical to run in the full-length film.
Women adorned in white tribal paint rock gently to the rhythm of Beyoncé’s poetic voiceover and the soft chimes of the song’s entrance. The camera cascades over a large white house as the drums kick in. There’s Serena Williams and Bey where we last left them, roaming the corridors and looking ever so cool. This visual standalone respects the powerful arc of the album where Beyoncé chronicles the emotional journey of the black women. Through “Sorry,” the renowned artist radiates unapologetic confidence as she stands proudly on her own.
“Middle fingers up, put them hands high. Wave it in his face, tell him, boy, bye. Tell him, boy, bye, middle fingers up. I ain’t thinking ’bout you.”
Fans will be pleased to know that this newly released visual is seemingly identical to what we observed in LEMONADE’s visual album. As Jay Z surely learned from the mega success of Beyoncé’s tell-all journey of surviving heartbreak, you don’t mess with perfection.
Enjoy “Sorry” above!
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