Attrell ‘Prince Be’ Cordes Of P.M. Dawn Dies At 46
Attrell Cordes, better known as, Prince Be, one half of the popular 90’s hip-hop group P.M. Dawn has died at the age of 46. According to TMZ, Cordes passed on Friday (June 17) at his New Jersey home from kidney disease.
P.M. Dawn was compromised of Cordes and his brother, Jarrett, who rose to success in the early ’90s with their #1 hit “Set Adrift on Memory Bliss.” The musical duo were also the stepsons of Kool & the Gang member, George Brown.
According to various reports, it’s said that Cordes has also been living his diabetes. Jarrett broke the saddening news of his brother’s death via the group’s Facebook page: “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
Rest in peace, Attrell.