New Music: Teyana Taylor – ‘Sorry’

Teyana Taylor

Teyana Taylor’s debut has been a long time coming. While we patiently await her album, a new song from G.O.O.D. Music’s First Lady has hit the net. On the emotional piano ballad “Sorry,” Teyana sings about a relationship that didn’t work out.

“I’m sorry you didn’t know how to love me / I’m sorry I wasn’t beautiful to you / I’m sorry you just didn’t understand how to be my man,” she sings.

In addition to music, she will star alongside Diggy Simmons and Bria Murphy in BET’s new scripted show “The Start Up.”

Listen to her pour her heart out on the raw record.



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23 Comments

  1. Julian

    Oh how I love her, that song is beautiful and her album will slay!

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    Mandela Barb Reply:

    @Julian, G.O.O.D. Music is not pushing her the way that they should. By all rights, she could be on her second album by now.
    Kanye provides her with no features which would help to spread her name, and consistently pays her dust. He’s in the studio with TYGA!? but he can’t help TEYANA on her debut? This calls for a reevaluation of priorities within the camp.
    Last Note, Teyana needs to stick to songs such as this and Gatekeeper because it’s in songs such as these that she proves herself a distinguishable talent.

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    slyboi Reply:

    @Mandela Barb, right because you know exactly what’s going on. How do you know it’s not her decision and she is now feeling like she’s ready???

    Just sit back and enjoy the damn song.

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    Mandela Barb Reply:

    @slyboi, Obviously I don’t, but when a person witnesses actions and trends for two years, when one is intelligent enough, one can make distinct implications strongly marked.
    It’s not like I’m saying this and home girl has only been out for two months. She has been active since 2007 and she’s with a label that an immeasurable amount of hopefuls would die for. I’m just saying that she could easily be farther along into her musical career than she currently is.

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  2. Vanessa

    I love this song! Love your voice!

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  3. Carter John

    This woman is so underated. It’s sad that in this industry, the ones with true God-given talents get shoved in the closet.

    I look forward to hearing more work from Teyana Taylor #PureTalent

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  4. katy perry

    the song is a drag i couldn’t even finish it tbh

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    KENBARBUK Reply:

    @katy perry,

    Not surprised , you ain’t used to real talent, ‘Katy perry’.

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    Mandela Barb Reply:

    @KENBARBUK, Nice clapback, your reads have improved young grasshopper.
    #Barbzunite
    #Teyanaisabarbtoo

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    KENBARBUK Reply:

    @Mandela Barb,

    LMAOOOO , You’re A Mess

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  5. You Mad?

    NEXT!

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  6. Free Spirit

    I LOVE Teyana Taylor and I Like “Sorry”!!! The Song Sounds Very Jazmine Sullivan-ish and Like It Could Be Interlude To Another Song, But I Cannot Wait To Hear The 1st Single!!! #TeamTeyanaTaylor!!!

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  7. K

    she is so beautiful and the is song nice too.

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  8. shay

    This is giving me a new day lauren hill, jazmin sullivan, brandy with some ashant vibes and i’m loving it

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  9. kate

    her voice sounds like brandys

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  10. JustCoastWitHA

    Yes Teyana. Just YES

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  11. Legendary m.c. el bee

    This is why our musical moguls need to create a major record label company like sony, univeral,ect, ect, we been allowing them to create our gifts for too lond now.

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  12. G WIZ

    she sounds like jazmine sullivan ….def feelin’ the ballad though.

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  13. BEDSTUYFLY

    Why is she signed?

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  14. PrettyRed

    I’m So In Love..

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  15. Mzlyteskin2u

    I love this song!

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  16. Bitches In Paris

    Good track but her live vocals are tragic lmao .

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  17. Ram13

    Taylor is fresh! Good music needs to put her out there more…

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