Two weeks after Prodigy’s death, one of the late rapper’s children reportedly has posted a touching video honoring their late father.

In the clip above (spotted by, Prodigy is all smiles as he’s riding his bike with possibly his daughter Fahtasia tagging along on her bicycle. The Mobb Deep rapper waves his hand in the air and tells her this is how you ride a bike.

The clip reveals a softer side of Prodigy who is known for his tough exterior and abrasive lyrics on such Mobb Deep classics like "Shook Ones" and "Eye for Eye." Even more touching is the photo’s caption. It reads:

You have such a beautiful soul & it saddens me that there is so many people who will never get the chance to meet, experience AND appreciate this side of you. I love you dad & you will forever be a blessing to this world and to my heart. Thank you ...we miss you"

If this doesn't give you warm fuzzies in your heart, then you need to check your pulse.

On Friday (June 30), Havoc performed for the first time without Prodigy at the New Jersey stop of the Art of Rap festival. The 43-year-old producer surprised fans with a performance of “Give Up The Goods” with Mobb Deep affiliate Big Noyd and rap icon Ice-T. He then followed it with a rousing rendition of “Shook Ones” with Ice-T rapping along.

Prodigy may be gone, but he will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace, H.N.I.C.