WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 (UPI) -- Justin Bieber's newly released music video for his latest single, "Sorry," features plenty of talented hip-hop dancers, but leaves the singer out.
Published online a day before its expected release date Thursday, "Sorry" is Bieber's second single from his upcoming album, Purpose. The colorful music video for the dance tune reportedly stars two famed New Zealander hip-hop dance groups dressed in pop-art fashion.
The new tune was previewed earlier this week in a short comedy clip by YouTube star King Bach, featuring First Lady Michelle Obama. In it, Bach and Obama promote Better Make Room with a short skit about showing up to a meeting underdressed.
Although Bieber doesn't get in front of the camera for his new music video, his emotional lyrics plead for a chance to apologize to an unidentified lover. His highly anticipated album, Purpose, will become available Nov. 13.