Last week, Justin Bieber dropped his Purpose tracklist which revealed that his new album will feature collaborations with Nas (!!!), Ariana Grande, Travi$ Scott, Mike Dean and more. Our next taste of the album is set to arrive later this week when Bieber drops his new song "Sorry" that he worked on with none other than his "Where Are Ü Now" collaborator Skrillex

Now we have a clip of the new song and it's from Michelle Obama. If you're confused, let us explain. The White House invited a bunch of Vine celebrities for a visit as part of their #BetterMakeRoom public awareness initiative that aims to harness the power of the internet and viral videos to reach the youth. Included in that group was Vine and now TV star King Bach who made a quick viral video of himself showing up to the initiative late and underdressed before making his quick, apologetic exit as a clip of Biebs' "Sorry" played in the background. Bieber shared that this might be his "biggest one yet." Guess we'll know Friday but until then, watch the clip below.

When you show up underdressed. 😂😂 @FLOTUS #BetterMakeRoom @justinbieber #Sorry4days

— King Bach (@KingBach) October 19, 2015

New song. Biggest one yet? #sorry4days

— Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) October 19, 2015