"Sorry" is a song recorded by Beyoncé for her sixth studio album Lemonade - 2016.
It was written and produced by Wynter Gordon, Sean "Melo-X" Rhoden and Beyoncé, with Hit-Boy serving as a co-producer and Stuart White as an additional producer. Columbia Records serviced it to radio stations as the albums second single on May 3, 2016. "Sorry" is an electro-R&B song with a thumping rhythm created by drum beats, synthesizers and bells. The songs lyrics revolve around the protagonist dealing with betrayal of a companion with a woman. Due to the numerous allegations featured in the song, media linked its subject matter to the singer and her spouse, Jay-Z. It debuted and peaked at number eleven on the US Billboard Hot 100.
The songs 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. It was later released to Vevo on June 22, 2016 as the first standalone clip from the album. It features a spoken word poetry by Somali-English poet Warsan Shire, Beyoncé dancing along with a group of female dancers with painted bodies and a cameo appearance by tennis player Serena Williams. Beyoncé performed "Sorry" live during The Formation World Tour (2016).