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This page is about the song by Solange. For the song by Capone-N-Noreaga, see The War Report. See also Tony Yayo, the "Talk Of New York".
Single by Solange
from the album Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams
Released April 28, 2009
June 1, 2009 (U.K.)
Format Digital download
Genre pop, R&B
Length 3:53 (Album Version)
3:30 (Radio Edit)
Label Music World, Geffen
Writer(s) Jack Splash, Thomas DeCarlo Callaway
Producer(s) Jack Splash
Solange singles chronology
"Sandcastle Disco"
"F**k the Industry"

"T.O.N.Y." is a song by American singer Solange Knowles. It was written and produced by Jack Splash and Cee-Lo Green for her second studio album Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dreams (2008) and released as the album's third and final single (see 2009 in music). The word "T.O.N.Y." is used as a shortening of "The Other Night oh Y?", referring to a one-night stand.

Music video[edit]

The music video was directed by Va$htie & Solange Knowles. It features cameo appearances by Kid Cudi who plays "T.O.N.Y. (The Other Night oh Y?)" and Cee-Lo Green. The video sees Solange running around frantically, seemingly because of T.O.N.Y; At the end of the video she holds a positive pregnancy test and a paper reading "The Other Night Y???" (T.O.N.Y). The video then switches to "T.O.N.Y" (Kid Cudi) holding the same pregnancy test and sheet of paper. The video switches back to Solange, and her holding a picture of her and a little boy, which is her son, and writing on the picture "I'm in love now".

Track listing[edit]

  • Australian Remixes
  1. "T.O.N.Y." (DJ Escape Mix) - 7:11
  2. "T.O.N.Y." (Mark Pichiotti Mix) - 7:18
  3. "T.O.N.Y." (Lost Daze In My Room Mix) - 8:16
  4. "T.O.N.Y." (Lost Daze Extended) - 4:33
  5. "T.O.N.Y." (Zoned Out Club Mix) - 4:59
  6. "T.O.N.Y." (Zoned Out Hard Electro Mix) - 7:02
  7. "T.O.N.Y." (Dan McKie Mix) - 6:19


Chart (2009) Peak
US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play[1] 1
US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[2] 62
Preceded by
"Love Is the Look" by Kristine W
US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one single
May 2, 2009
Succeeded by
"Boom" by Anjulie

Release history[edit]

Region Format Label Date
United Kingdom[3] Digital download Polydor May 31, 2009


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