The album cover displays Infinite's name, current infinity symbol and album name, all in a metallic finish. The cover has Infinite posing in their Destiny outfits on the deserted streets of Universal Studios. The entire image is in grayscale, with a very sheer silver-gray metallic finish. The back cover is a simple black, with the album name, tracklist and holographic seal of authentication.
- 'Destiny' is the powerful main track that falls closely to many of Infinite's previous main tracks. The vocals are strong, maybe because main vocalists Sung Gyu and Woo Hyun have majority of the lines. The translated lyrics reveal Infinite's usual desperation and relationship troubles. They sing about how they have left a woman before but want to be involved again and will do anything to be back with her, "'cause you're my destiny." I really like these lyrics because they are deep and meaningful and do reflect some relationships in reality. The music video reminds me of Infinite's debut music video, 'Come Back Again,' with its random super powers. The music video showcases its investment in Universal Studios by filming on its famous streets as well as the warehouse that Inception (the American movie) filmed. While all of Infinite's previous main track dances always had a signature move, there was no one dance move that really stuck with me in 'Destiny.'
- 'Inception' begins with what reminds me of tribal sounds or snake charmers. This song sounds more mature than Infinite's previous songs. The line distribution is more even, allowing all members to express their singing abilities more. The translated lyrics reveal Infinite as very caring and protective of their woman, singing that she should take care of her feelings and eventually she'll be with her man (Infinite). The performance for 'Inception' is amazing. Infinite performs while dancing on chairs, which creates a much slower dance that's that common of Infinite.
- 'I'm Going to You' is a beautiful slow track about a man who is reminiscing about the warm memories he shared with his woman and how he must see her as soon as possible because he misses her so much. I absolutely love this song because the vocals are clear and beautiful and the chorus is so catchy without being an annoying hook song. I love singing along to the chorus!
- 'Mom' is a very thoughtful ballad dedicated to mothers. The lyrics explain how one has grown up childish, always expecting more, but has finally grown up and is giving all of the love he has received from his mom. As a slow song, it definitely displays the members' beautiful voices and singing abilities, despite the lopsided line distribution.