Like a little magic trick, the drums never break on “Binz,” they just lay in the pocket, a circuitous tapping on the hi-hat, the warm-up to a soul explosion that never arrives. Instead, the beat simmers on low, a glorious, too-brief slice of song easy to overlook in the big stew that is Solange’s new album, When I Get Home. But you’d be smart to find track 14 and hit the repeat button where, alongside a trio of happy keyboard bloops, Solange harmonizes wordlessly, until The-Dream shows up sounding like a cartoon mouse gone dancehall. They wrap their lines around each other like a maypole. “Get a presidential suite/Leave with they linen” sounds like something Solange might actually do. Under 120 seconds, it’s a perfect little sunshower of a song.