Cee Lo Green lent his pen for "T.O.N.Y." It’s a very 60s track that evokes an Alicia-Keys feel. It’s refreshingly acoustic: even the slightly de-tuned piano fits right in with the track.
I love "Dancing in the Dark". The live drums drive the instrumental under the horn riff, which has a call-and-response pattern with the xylophone. All this is lightly punctuated by flutes. The only thing I don’t like is when Solange does that i-don't-have-a-whistle-register-but-my-head-voice-is-really-high thing that I hate.
The album closes with "I Decided, Pt. 2 [Freemasons Remix]". It’s a cool interpretation of the song that shows a different side of Freemasons.