This past weekend,we lost one of music's, not just Hip Hop's, most intuitive and expressive souls in the form of Prince B: one half of the Duo Pm Dawn. Noticed, I did not shy away from using the term Hip Hop when referencing him! Unfortunately, PM Dawn, like other acts during the early and mid 90s, were not viewed as being credible artist in the realm of this genre due to their musical offerings being considered emotional and "soft" especially with the rise of "gangsta" rap.This resulted in them being ostracized and mocked as it related to their place in the annals of hip hop lore. Fast forward and the very foundation that such songs as Die Without You and Paper Doll laid, is now the frame work of modern rap Of course, with more explicit and crass results. Prince B was truly a poet at heart weaving abstract lines into grander narratives that truly resonated with ones in touch with the intangible. He was a true pioneer in the realm of Alternative Hip Hop, Neo Soul, and Spoken Word Poetry. In honor of his passing, we will spotlight an overlooked gem entitled, Sometimes I Miss You, which samples Al B Sure's quiet storm staple Nite and Day.RIP Prince Be. Perhaps now, your legacy can truly set adrift on memory's bliss.