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[74] Caroline Framke of the website Vox was positive of Williams's cameo appearance and defiant dancing to the song's beat. [2] "Sorry" was sent to rhythmic contemporary radio in the United States on May 3, 2016 as the album's second single. [26] Ray Rahman from Entertainment Weekly called it a "middle fingers up anthem" which was "sure to be sung by spurned lovers for as long as there are Beckys with good hair". [8] The 405's Samantha O'Connor described it as an "electro-infused" track. [32] The video was nominated for Best Choreography at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, but lost to "Formation". [31] Shahzaib Hussain from Clash magazine dubbed "Sorry" as "another dazzling feminist club anthem, but with a grittier underbelly, the production off-kilter but no less invigorating". Gordon said to, Laverne Cox almost landed a role in the song's music video. [8][10][11] The Atlantic writer Spencer Kornhaber likened the electronic layers of "Sorry" to the 2015 eponymous song by Justin Bieber. The appearance of "Sorry" on the track list, following "Don't Hurt Yourself," is salient due to the tonal juxtaposition; while the aggressive, "fuck"-laden "Don't Hurt Yourself" has sinister undertones (thanks to Jack White's punk-bluesy sound), "Sorry" is comparatively upbeat and singsongy. Online dubbed "Sorry" as the "most controversial song" on Lemonade due to the alleged infidelity and "Becky with the good hair" mistress discussed in the lyrics. The song's music video features a cameo from Serena Williams. '[15] Now's Kevin Ritchi, noted how by the time the story line of Lemonade comes to the anthemic "Sorry, "[t]he poison darts become sharper... and so do her vocals". But more importantly, Beyonce executes one miraculous vocal tonal shift after another on "Sorry," going from pissed-off exasperation to dignity at any cost ("Suicide before you see this tear"), to small-voiced vulnerability at the very end. It was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for selling over 1,000,000 copies in the country. "Sorry" debuted and peaked at number eleven on the US Billboard Hot 100.

It was later released to Vevo on June 22, 2016 as the first standalone clip from the album. [8], Corinne Heller of E! [69] Carl Williott, writing for Idolator noted how the opening monologue and Williams's cameo were "intact" to the "kiss-off". HBO premiered the hour-long corresponding visuals and one of the highlights included a Serena Williams cameo in the video for "Sorry," the track that's driven a large part of the conversation following the release. [50] On the component Urban Singles chart in the same country, the song attained a peak position of eight. [22] She also felt that the "incredibly shade-laden line" was similar to "Drake's iconic 'Courtney from Hooters on Peachtree' reference". Due to the numerous allegations featured in the song, media linked its subject matter to the singer and her husband, Jay-Z. Despite the song's seemingly apologetic sentiment, the lyrics are anything but, with the track opening with "Sorry, I ain't sorry," four words that become the song's backbone. Following the release of Lemonade speculations arose about the singer's husband Jay-Z's alleged infidelity with a mistress referred to as "Becky". [89] French singer Christine and the Queens also performed the song on BBC's Radio 1's Live Lounge. Kid Rock performed his song "Amen" at Barack Obama's inaugural, but claims he didn't vote for him. [42] According to streaming service Tidal, "Sorry" was streamed 14.2 million times in five days in the US. The song's music video is part of a one-hour film with the same title as its parent album, Lemonade, which originally aired on HBO on April 23, 2016. In the annual Village Voice's Pazz & Jop mass critics poll of the year's best in music in 2016, "Sorry" was ranked at number 15. [1], Beyoncé first heard of MeLo-X after he had released an EP titled Yoncé-X (2014) consisting of unauthorized remixes of songs from her fifth self-titled studio album. [8] Maeve McDermott of USA Today opined in his review that although the song was not the most meaningful one by the singer, "it's a breezy, beautiful kiss-off that's enough to tell every below-average person in your life, 'Boy, bye. Harry Chapin's wife Sandy wrote the lyrics to "Cat's In The Cradle," which were actually about her first husband. Julian tells the stories behind his hits "Valotte" and "Too Late for Goodbyes," and fills us in on his many non-musical pursuits. It debuted on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart at number 11 on May 2, 2016, becoming Beyoncé's second best debut on the chart above her singles "Ring the Alarm" (2006) and "Drunk in Love" (2013). An excerpt of "Me, Myself and I" was also included as part of the self-empowering message. While singing the song, she repeatedly asks the females in the audience if they have "had enough".

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