From the official site:
Brothers Prince Be (Attrell Cordes) and DJ Minute Mix (Jarrett Cordes) created P.M. Dawn in the early '90s. Their sound straddled the gap between hip-hop and smooth '70s-style soul, creating an innovative urban R&B. The brothers recorded their debut single, "Ode to a Forgetful Mind," in 1988, but P.M. Dawn didn't release a full-length album until 1991. The record, "Of the Heart, of the Soul, of the Cross: The Utopian Experience," was an immediate hit, thanks to the single "Set Adrift on Memory Bliss." Both the album and the single received glowing reviews, as did the 1993 follow-up, "The Bliss Album?", which featured the hit singles "I'd Die Without You" and "Looking Through Patient Eyes." In 1995, P.M. Dawn returned with "Jesus Wept," which received strong reviews but weak sales. "Dearest Christian, I'm So Very Sorry for Bringing You Here. Love, Dad" followed in 1998; by this time, the group had virtually dropped out of sight as a commercial force, even though most corners continued to praise the artistic quality of their work.