On August 12, Erykah Badu will perform at Detroit’s Chene Park Amphitheatre with Hiatus Kaiyote. The neo-soul mother has announced that she is partnering with the Right Productions to donate the money from her show to help process untested rape kits after 11,000 were found in a Detroit police warehouse. Since the remaining kits cost $490 to process, 490 Challenge will receive $5 from each ticket sale, as well as the proceeds from a $100-per-ticket pre-show reception and $1,000-per-person VIP reception with Badu after the concert to make it happen.

"This is a huge day for Enough SAID/AA490. Everyone knows that Erykah Badu is a major, major talent in the music and song-writing industry. For her to lend her name, talent and time to this work is nothing short of a miracle. Justice for these forgotten sexual assault victims has been given a phenomenal assist," Wayne County Prosecutor Kym L. Worthy, who has worked to raise money for years, said.