With the stroll that personifies a nation-wide oppression, and the quick-witted tongue of a second century prophet, Eddie The Third takes literature to a completely different echelon of artistry. In his latest album, Cereal For Dinner, even the titles have a sentimental value that surpasses its time. Witness the walking sight of a black man who refused to be desensitized by the system. Seriously, if you're looking for truth, in it's rawest form, this should absolutely take you to the next level. Personally, I'd say put track four on repeat then break the damn button off. But in all seriousness, every piece we'll have its place in your soul. If you catch Eddie Hoke, ask about this one.