Justin Bieber's comeback single "What Do You Mean?" not only won over everyone, but gave the superstar his very-first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. But the singer isn't resting on the song's success, and has attached some major hype (and another daily countdown) to his follow-up track.
Bieber will follow "What Do You Mean?" with "Sorry," the second taste of his upcoming Purpose album, which will be released on Friday (Oct. 23). Bieber revealed some notes about the song on Twitter, indicating that it was produced by Skrillex and Blood Diamonds (who helped craft Grimes' excellently trippy "Go"). He also pondered whether the new song would be his "biggest one yet?" See below:
Last week, the Biebs teased a new song snippet on Instagram via this dancing, shirtless clip. Over a tribal beat, Bieber croons the lyrics, ""Is it too late to say I'm sorry now," which very much sounds like would go with a song titled "Sorry."
Before "Sorry" drops, check out everything you need to know about Bieber's Purpose right here.