Outside of her constant Twitter beefs, Azealia Banks is, in fact, an artist who is actively releasing music. "Chasing Time" follows her last single "Heavy Metal and Reflective," and serves as a sonic reversal from that previous track. The grit and grime of "Heavy Metal" is nonexistent on "Chasing Time," and instead, pop sensibilities and upstart sounds fritter around Banks's raps. It's a strong dance track with a big hook to get sucked in to.
The line, "My attitude is bitchy, but you already knew that/And since we can't get a room, I think we should both move on" closes her last verse, marking her attitude as single and ready to mingle. This one is definitely for the bitter ladies looking to dance away their mistakes at the club. "Chasing Time" has an opportunity to serve as an anthem for every club serving $7 drafts and $14 cocktails. Get dancing with the stream below: