Believe it or not, there are still some people out there who haven’t yet experienced the greatness that is Beyoncé‘s Lemonade. Maybe they don’t have HBO or the care to sit through the stunning hour-long visual but now, one of the LP’s most immediate tracks “Sorry” has been released as a standalone video for all to enjoy!
The black-and-white visual, directed by Dikayl Rimmasch, showcases a beautiful braided Bey raising her middle fingers up and grooving on a bus with a tribe of dancers decorated in Yoruba-inspired face and body paint.
To make it all the more better, Tennis icon Serena Williams twerks in the video and joins Queen B as she swings away her relationship troubles upon her throne. “Sorry” is, of course, the source of the viral line, “You better call Becky with the good hair,” that everyone’s been saying.
Williams commented on her cameo in a May interview, “She told me that she just wants me to dance, like just be really free and just dance like nobody’s looking and go all out. So that wasn’t easy in the beginning, but then it got easier… I think that particular song on the visual album a really strong song, and it was also really fun at the same time.”
Though it’s the first to hit since the release of Lemonade, “Sorry” isn’t the LP’s only video creeping around on the web. The diva also debuted the visual for “Formation” the day before her Super Bowl 50 halftime show.
Beyoncé is currently on the road (and in the skies) for The Formation World Tour in support of Lemonade, which has since gone platinum and sold over 1.6 million copies all over the globe since its debut on April 23.
Check out the video for Bey’s “Sorry” down below!