Justin Bieber just dropped a new single titled “Sorry” with a sexy dance video.

Watch it here.

“Sorry” is part of Justin’s upcoming album “Purpose,” which is expected to roll on November 13.

Bieber had been teasing fans “Sorry” all week  on his social media accounts; the 21-year-old singer also included a link to pre-order “Purpose.”

#sorry dance video is up. Make your own. Song out tonight. Preorder #Purpose and get #SORRY

A post shared by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on

On his Twitter account, Justin posted that “Sorry” will also be available on Spotify, iTunes, and Apple Music.

The new single is certainly an apology song. Hollywood Life said it seems to be for Bieber’s ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez.

Some of the lyrics goes like:

“I know you know that I made those mistakes maybe once or twice / By once or twice I mean maybe a couple of hundred times / So let me, oh let me redeem, oh redeem myself tonight / Cause I just need one more shot at second chances.”

Last week, a Justin-Selena duet hit the web. The song, “Strong,” reflects the on-off relationship of the former sweethearts. The unofficial duet was heard on the stream of Drake’s OVO Sound Radio last Saturday. However, HollywoodLife noted that it may have actually been recorded at least three years ago.

Aside from “Sorry,”  Bieber’s “Purpose” album includes Bieber, Skrillex, and Diplo collaboration hit, “Where R U Now?”, and the “What Do You Mean?” single which was earlier released August 28.

TMZ reported that “Purpose” has 18 songs and a movie that will run for about 35 minutes.

“Sorry” is produced by Shrillex and Blood. Other contributors to the album were Diplo, Nas, Travi$ Scott, Mike Dean and Ed Sheeran will also contribute as reported by RollingStone.

According to Bieber’s Vevo page, the colorful music video of “Sorry” was directed and choreographed by Parris Goebel.

The video did not show Bieber but instead featured a crew of women from the Ladies of ReQuest and the Royal Family Dance Crews out of New Zealand’s Palace Dance Studio.