During the second night of the Democratic National Convention, which  is being held in Philadelphia, Alicia Keys and Andra Day showed their support by performing for the room full of delegates. Keys performed her single “Superwoman” in honor of Democratic presidential nominee Hilary Clinton, who will be the first woman elected president of the United States if she wins. She also performed her single “In Common”, a shameless plug for her new music and a way to express unity within the party. Andra Day performed her single “Rise Up”. Following her performance, the mothers of Sandra Bland, Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis all spoke to the crowd regarding why it would be wise to vote for Clinton during this election. Mariah Carey has a lot on her plate these days. In addition to filming her E! docu-series “Mariah’s World”, which is scheduled to air this fall, she’s moved into a Las Vegas residence, planning a wedding to billionaire beau James Packer and hitting the road on a European Tour. If that isn’t enough, she announced on Instagram yesterday that she’s taking the “Sweet, Sweet, Fantasy Tour” to South America. In other Mariah news, she spoke with Complex magazine regarding her divorce, filming her show and her relationship with Packer. As for her divorce, Carey stated that she never thought she’d have children and then divorce. Regarding her relationship with Packer, she says in that he has a busy schedule as well, they have mutual respect for each other’s hectic lives. Social media maven DJ Khaled has #anotherone for the ladies. His new single “Do You Mind”, featuring Nicki Minaj, August Alsina, Chris Brown, Future and Rick Ross, shot to the third slot of trending topics on Twitter after making it’s premiere on iHeart Radio today. The ballad, produced by Khaled along with DJ Nasty, LVM and Lee On The Beats samples Lil Jon’s 2005 hit “Lovers And Friends”, which featured Ludacris and Usher. That song peaked at the No. 3 position on the Hot 100. “Do You Mind” follows :”Holy Key”, featuring Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean and Betty Wright and “I Got Keys”, featuring Jay Z, and Future. His forthcoming album, “Major Keys”, will be released tomorrow. Cable network TBS is looking to the late Notorious B.I.G. for it’s next scripted series. The Ted Turner owned network announced that it’s developing a scripted comedy inspired by the New York born rapper. Titled “Think B.I.G.”, the series will chronicle the life of an inner city teenager desperately trying to create a new life for his daughter and infant son. The show will be loosely based on B.I.G.’s lyrics. The series is being created and produced by Mass Appeal, in partnership with Wayne Barrow of Bystorm Films and Voletta Wallace of Notorious B.I.G. Inc. “Thing B.I.G.” comes twenty years after the rapper was murdered during a drive by shooting in Los Angeles. His albums, which often featured semi-autographical lyrics, have sold over 17 million copies in the United States alone. “Think B.I.G.” arrives as hip hop has become a popular theme in prime time following the success of the Fox drama “Empire.”