Boss Carrot releases “It Is What It Is.” The Brooklyn native reflects on the perpetual rumination that takes up his 24 and keeps him up at night. Instead of keeping to himself, Carrot seeks to share his sentiments and continue the ongoing conversation(s) that surround today’s society, such as the non-stop violence, complacent vices, and encompassing true freedom. The fervent emcee opens with:

It was the lynching of emit till
To the choking of Eric Garner
From the fatherless sons
To the motherless daughters
A genration lost and confused
Just looking for order

As he trails through a busy and grim soundscape, constructed by Scott Xylo, pay attention and share with your friends. Press play below.