WATCH: Feid Goes Back to Sad Reggaeton Roots & Teases Anime Project in ‘Sorry 4 That Much’

Lead Photo: Photo by Sismatyc.
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Feid is crossing over into the world of anime. Last night (June 6), the Colombian superstar released the music video for his new single “Sorry 4 That Much,” which was shot in Japan.

Throughout his career, Feid has always cited Japan as a big inspiration. His third album, 2021’s Inter Shibuya – La Mafia, was named after Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo. He also released a comic book based on that LP. Earlier this year, Feid returned to Japan to celebrate the drop of his Marvel comic “The Green Man.” During that visit, he also developed an anime project and shot a music video.

Feid first teased “Sorry 4 That Much” last week at the Chicago, IL, stop of his Ferxxocalipsis Tour. A few fans found fortune cookies at their seats with the song’s title as a message. The sad boy reggaeton banger is reminiscent of the nostalgic sound that put Feid on the map. There’s a Japanese influence in the production as well, as Feid bids sayonara to a lover after they couldn’t work things out. 

The music video for “Sorry 4 That Much” includes the teaser of a Feid anime. In the short scene, Feid’s heart beats out of his chest for a pink-haired woman. The woman gets offended by the gesture and knocks out Feid with a jab. His fans have joked online that the moment could be a play on when he first met his girlfriend Karol G, who also sports pink hair. Feid revealed that the anime project will be released in full in April 2025. 

The rest of the “Sorry 4 That Much” music video shows Feid caught up in different shenanigans in Japan. He is currently performing concerts in arenas across the U.S. with his Ferxxocalipsis Tour.

Watch “Sorry 4 That Much” below.