While on a roll with impressing her fans through her Lemonade visual album, R&B royalty Beyonce showcases her artistic freedom once again with another hit in the making, “Sorry.” In the first music video in the album that's not exclusive to online music service Tidal, Beyonce chose to go for the black and white treatment, along dancers sporting tribal body paint inspired by West African Ethnic group Yoruba.
Beyonce opens the music video with a beautiful literary piece from award-winning poet Warsan Shire, making a statement not just to those having problems with their marriage, but also to communities who face discrimination, sexism, and racism.
Another reason that makes "Sorry" a must-watch? Serena. Williams. Yes, the tennis queen herself! Even if Serena appears to be the tough girl in tennis matches, she managed to loosen up a bit and join BFF Beyonce in dancing away and promoting women empowerment via music.
Check out Beyonce and Serena's slick moves below:
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Photograph screengrabbed from the "Sorry" music video