Somehow, a dust or dirt particle may have gathered at that point of the record (this is very likely) causing the audio to be skipped at the part the needle is supposed to read that part of the groove of the record.
Observe where the needle is reading this part, and then take a slightly damp cloth and clean that part. Then dry that part of the record.
If that doesn't work, try washing the record JUST with water, and then COMPLETELY drying it. Although this is bad for the record over time, doing this here and there won't cause any damage to the record. I did this with a new Nirvana record that was skipping, and it worked well ever since.
Hope this helped.
experience with vinyl for nearly four years