Many celebrities participated in MIC’s new campaign titled “23 Ways You Could Be Killed If You Are Black In America” to raise their voices in support of the many black Americans who have lost their lives due to racially motivated biases. Music celebrities including Alicia Keys, Jennifer Hudson, Beyoncé, Maxwell, Pharrell, Adam Levine, Bono, Janelle Monae, Pink, Talib Kweli, Queen Latifah, Common, Swizz Beatz, Lenny Kravitz and A$AP Rocky, listed the everyday, mundane things the victims were doing at the time they were killed. Many non music celebrities participated in the video as well, including Taraji P. Henson, Kevin Hart, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Tracey Elllis Ross and more. It was all for a petition at WeAreHereMovement.com to demand that the government take action for a radical change to heal a long history of systematic racism. After all the documentaries that went unauthorized by the family of the late Marvin Gaye, the Gaye clan has decided to back a new documentary titled “Marvin, What’s Going On?”. The documentary will be filmed in Detroit, Los Angeles and Washington, and will feature interviews with Motown stars who knew Gaye best. In a statement, Gaye’s children expressed their excitement about the project. “We are proud that his relevance remains intact, and we look forward to being a part of this cinematic journey”, they stated. “Marvin, What’s Going On?” is scheduled for a 2017 release. Singer Toni Braxton will receive the President’s Award during the BMI R&B/Hip Hop Awards, which will take place on Sept. 1 in Atlanta. The seven time Grammy award winning singer, known for the hits “Another Sad Love Song”, “Love Shoulda Brought You Home”, “He Wasn’t Man Enough” and “Unbreak My Heart”, joins previous recipients Ludacris and will.i.am. The invitation only event will also honor the songwriters, producers and publishers of the year’s most performed R&B/hip hop songs. The genre’s top songwriter, producer and publisher will also be revealed. In addition, BMI is conducting its Social Star contest for a fifth year to find the songwriter with the most engaged social media audience. Voting across BMI’s Instagram and Twitter accounts will be open to fans on Aug. 15 when this year’s songwriting contestants are announced. The 2016 BMI R&B/Hip Hop Awards will take place at the Woodruff Art Center’s Symphony Hall and be hosted by BMI president/CEO Mike O’Neal and VP of Writer/Publisher Relations Catherine Brewton. Rapper YG brings his dance skills as well as friends to the visual for the single “Still Brazy.” The Bloods affiliated MC employs a red color scheme as he tags up a white wall with “This shit’s brazy!” and bops along with his crew throughout the Psycho Films directed clip. The new clips serves as several expected from the artist this summer as he completes the Endless Summer Tour with Logic, Yo Gotti and G Easy.