The song “Black Inventors” was written by DarnGood and Enoch to educate people about black inventions and the inventors behind the work. “As artist we feel like an important part of African American History, was not being reflected in hip hop music today.” “So we decided to do something about it.” After hearing the track from DJ S.E., DarnGood wrote his verse, recorded the vocals and sent it to enoch. Once, Enoch heard DarnGood’s verse, he approached the record from a different angle in paying respect to female black inventors. “We wanted to paint murals in the minds of people with our lyrics and encourage them to go do the research on what we are rhyming about.” Putting together a song like this required the right MC’s and the perfect beat to achieve the mission. This is Hip Hip education at its best.