Is Justin Bieber's "Sorry" On iTunes? You'll Want To Play This New Track On Repeat
It's a great time to be a Justin Bieber fan. After all of the arrests, chaos, and mysterious Instagram photos, Bieber is finally back to doing what he does best: making awesome pop music. If Bieber's single "What Do You Mean?" is still stuck in your head, then I may have the solution to get it unstuck: and that is listening to Bieber's new track "Sorry." That's right: The Biebs just released new music, and not only that, but a seriously sick dance video to go with it. Thankfully, it's everything that a Bieber fan could want — and it may even convert some non-fans. "Sorry" is catchy, dance-y, and going to the top of my workout playlist ASAP — when I can get it there, of course, because the song isn't actually officially out for download yet. So, when will Bieber's "Sorry" be on iTunes?
Sadly, you'll have to wait — but not very long.
Rejoice, Beliebers: according to the Bieb's Vevo page, we'll only have to wait until Friday, October 24 in order to download this pop gem onto our iPhones. There is a slight catch associated with that, though: you can only get the track at 12AM EST on Oct. 24, when you also pre-order Bieber's upcoming album Purpose. If you're a ride or die fan of the Biebs, you were probably going to do that anyway — but if you're more into the track than the artist, then you'll likely have to wait until Nov. 13, when the entire album drops in order to get the single individually off iTunes.
Of course, you don't have to wait until Thursday (or, gasp, Nov. 13!) to listen to the new Bieber track. You can (and should!) check out the dance video ASAP, not only because the song is bangin', but because the dancers are far more talented than any dancer you've ever seen. (That may sound hyperbolic, but in my case, it most definitely is not.)
Though the song isn't currently available on Spotify, there is a good chance that it will be soon: Bieber's last track "What Do You Mean?" flew up the Billboard Hot 100 tracks in part due to the numbers it pulled in on Spotify. I doubt Bieber will miss an opportunity to add another number one track to his resume, so we may find the track streaming sometime in the near future.
Of course, no matter how you listen to it, one thing is non-negotiable: Bieber is back, and this song is the bomb.