Make Me Over: This is one solid groove. Dig pretty much everything about it. And Bilal's vocals are just so smooth on top of everything - so suave. Love the minimal number of harmonies, but I love how crazy they are - so great. The short chords on the piano are super sweet. There's just a great weight to all the instrumentation, and I dig it hard. Great build to the end. Guitar riff/drum solo ending is awesome. Yup.
Get Out Of My Hair: The intro to this is interesting...pretty funny actually. I won't ruin it for you. This is another heavy groove, and I definitely dig it. Love that the guitar riff is the melody in the chorus - when they meet, it gives a great fullness to the melody. I love the layers in the vocals, they're very cool and add a cool dimension to the groove. The hook lyric "just get out my fro" - so funky. This is pretty stanky.
Lord Don't Let It: I think the A section to this tune is so beautiful. I love all of the instrumentation, and the vocal harmonies are on point. I do like the B section, but not with the A section. I like it by itself, but then when it returns to the A section, I remember that I liked that section so much more. On the fence about this one. The freak out section at the end of this is the shit though.
All For Love: This is a pretty solid soul groove. I dig the super up feel it's got - it's a nice swing. That's probably much thanks to the heaviness of the piano. Great vocals, but no surprise there. Just an overall solid tune that doesn't need much explanation.