The Final Cut King Creates Justin Bieber's Lyric Video For 'Sorry'

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Social media and viral YouTube star Zach King who also goes by the moniker Final Cut King created one of the most creative lyric videos yet for Justin Bieber's new single, "Sorry."

("Sorry" Lyric Video Below)

"Sorry" is easily becoming a fan favorite among the singles release by Bieber for his upcoming album, Purpose. The track already has a dance video and now with the help of King there is a pretty incredible lyric video for fans who want to sing along.

You might know King from his YouTube Channel, Vine, Instagram, Twitter or Facebook accounts that often showcase some of his awesome talent using Final Cut.

In the "Sorry" lyric video, King uses a series of clever ways to incorporate the lyrics in the video while getting the message of the song across as well. Bieber posted the video to his Twitter page to which his fans proceeded to flood his Vevo site.

The video has 1,105,563 views and counting and seems to be a fan favorite as well.

Bieber's album Purpose is scheduled to be released on November 13 and the full tracklisting for the album can be found on iTunes. You can check out King's lyric video for "Sorry" below.

Watch the awesome lyric video for Justin Bieber's "Sorry" below.