"Ages ago, Eddie obtained his degree in Dental Gold from Queens Community College and hit the ground running. Born in Surinamand considerably well traveled, Eddie became familiar with a plethora of different styles. He began creating gold teeth the likes of which no one in NY had ever seen. The exceptional skill and unparalleled detail of his work soon made his teeth a sought after commodity. But Eddie didn't stop there. Determined to broaden the appeal of dental jewelry, he invented the first removable 'grills' in the industry. After designing a grill for Cool G Rap back in the day, he was 'discovered' by New York's early hip hop community. Grills for Flava-Flav, Big Daddy Kane and Heavy D soon followed and his career skyrocketed. Having quickly reached the top of his game and solidified his name as the man to see for gold teeth in the Northeast, Eddie challenged himself to tap a new market and headed down south. After a brief stint owning a storefront in Miami, he made his way to A-town. A hand-painted picture of Cee-lo Green occupies an honored position on the wall of Eddie's shop, commemorating his first customer from Atlanta's A-list. Lil' Jonh and Ludacris were soon to follow...
Nas and his finacée Kelis just flew down for his second pair. Reportedly their matching grills read 'Nasty' and 'Tasty'.
Ahahahahahahahaha! Thats a flip-side of hip hop you don't think about everyday.