Beyoncé Releases Standalone Video For "Sorry"

Beyoncé Releases Standalone Video For "Sorry"

You no longer need Tidal to watch Serena Williams get down

You no longer need Tidal to watch Serena Williams get down

Text: William Defebaugh

It's been almost two months to the day since Beyoncé shook the world with the release of her sixth studio album and accompanying short film, Lemonade. Since then, the only way to watch the visual album was to purchase it on iTunes or subscribe to Tidal (co-owned by husband Jay Z—which made the whole thing feel more than a little bit calculated, considering his infidelity was the primary subject of the project). Today, Queen B changed the game yet again by releasing Lemonade's first standalone clip, for the album's lead single "Sorry" on YouTube.

With a Serena Williams special guest appearance and the infamous mention of "Becky with the good hair," the video for "Sorry" is inarguably one of Lemonade's highlights—so we're happy to see it made more public. Watch the clip below.

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