He reminds us that "loopy" and "tracky" aren't necessarily pejorative terms—the fiercely compressed half-beat-hopping kicks that recur throughout "Like This Like That" are enough of a dance floor call-to-arms alone for the largely unwavering beats to be indulged. An industrial-sounding synth melody and thinly diced vocal samples issue just enough linear development to avoid it getting caught in the hamster wheel. "Cause I Love U" is for all intents and purposes even loopier, but its Chicago beat is carried by a cute little sample from First Choice's oft-plundered disco hit "Let No Man Put Asunder." They might not be the most memorable, but both tracks strike me as being utterly useful.
"Black Now," is a little different. It's slower and with real emphasis on a build which begins its ascent to the apex at four minutes with the introduction of chord-gliding organ stabs. A voice in Portuguese repeats "I like it, what else?" and it's hard to disagree.