Prince Be, one half of the hip-hop/R&B duo, P.M. Dawn, passed away yesterday. The entertainer, whose real name is Attrell Cordes, was 46 years old, and is said to have been dealing with complications brought on by diabetes. He died in his New Jersey home from kidney failure Friday morning, according to TMZ

Doc G, a member of the group who replaced DJ Minutemix (Cordes' brother, Jarret) in the act's later form, shared a short message on Facebook in memory of his former collaborator.

Prince Be Rest In Peace Forever More,

Pain from diabetes can't harm you anymore,

My Heart is at Peace B-Cuz U suffered so long,

Tell Grandma I said Hi & Stay Blisstatic & Strong.

-Love Doc.G

P.M. Dawn scored a number of hits in the early 90s, and they are well known for their 1991 single, "Set Adrift On Memory Bliss," from the critically acclaimed debut, Of the Heart, of the Soul and of the Cross: The UtopianExperience.