Executive Producer, Tameka “Tiny” Harris (T.I and Tiny: The Family Hustle) presents, The Mix, a high energy LIVE millennial / Gen-Z talk show where no topic will be off limits. Premiering on FOX SOUL, Tuesday, August 4th, 2020, LIVE at 7pm PST/10pm EST. The five dynamic young hosts include Zonnique (T.I. and Tiny’s: The Family Hustle), Romeo Miller (Ex On The Beach/Peak), Anton Peeples (Mr. Mom), newcomer Jamie DuBose, and Jazz Anderson (TV personality & rapper). Four time Emmy nominated producer, Jill King (Rachael Ray, The Real, Steve Harvey, Red Table Talk) will serve as Executive Producer and Showrunner.
From Black Lives Matters, current affairs, dating apps, viral trends, and breaking news for the culture….all topics will be ‘in the mix’.
Tameka “Tiny” Harris says, “I wanted to create a show that would serve as a platform for young voices in today’s evolving culture. There is nothing out there like this show and I know The Mix will fill that void.”
is such a breath of fresh air in the talk space. Young voices are the future, and right now you won’t find any other talk show featuring Black Gen-Z and millennial men and women leading the conversation. I wish there was a show like this when I was 21,” said showrunner King.
“As Fox Soul becomes the premiere destination for black culture content, we found an immediate need for our young people to have a platform to discuss real issues; in a open format, with some of today’s hottest celebrities and some of the cultures most pivotal activists”, Fox Soul Head of Programming, James DuBose said.
Fox Soul, a free, ad-supported streaming network, was launched this year as a strategic effort by Fox to extend the audience for its stable of syndicated TV series. Original programming will be followed by two hours of Fox TV’s locally produced programming. Fox Soul is available via iOS, Android, Apple TV, FireTV, YouTube/FoxSoul, Samsung Plus, Fox Now, ROKU, TUBI, XUMO, CAFFEINETV or on the web at foxsoul.tv.
Tameka “Tiny” Harris is Executive Producer for Pretty Hustle, joined by Executive Producers Anton Peeples, Jill King, Romeo Miller, and Zonnique. James DuBose is Executive Producer for Fox Soul.
Zonnique Pullins // @zonniquejailee
Zonnique Pullins is a 24-year-old American television personality and singer. Her recent singles #FCTU and Winner were produced by J Reid, who arranged, co-wrote and produced 5 songs for Nicki Minaj’s platinum album Queen. Currently she also stars on VH1’s, T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle.
She is the daughter of Tameka “Tiny” Harris and step-daughter to rapper, T.I. She grew up in Atlanta, Georgia.
Romeo Miller // @romeomiller
Romeo is an award-winning multiplatinum selling artist and performer. An industry veteran, he starred on his own hit Nickelodeon series Romeo! as a teen. Currently, he is the host of MTV’s Ex on the Beach and the spinoff, Ex on the Beach: Peak of Love. Romeo has recurred on Famous in Love on Freeform, Fox’s hit series Empire, and Survivor’s Remorse for Starz. His feature credits include leads in the indies Never Heard and Adolescence. He also appeared in the most recent installment of the Jarhead franchise and the films Red Dead and Brotherly Love. Outside of entertainment, Romeo has dedicated his life to giving back to the community and helping at-risk youth with his foundation “Let The Kids Grow”. He attended the University of Southern California where he played basketball and majored in Business and Film. He is the founder of Rome Everything Clothing and Romeoland Studios.
Jazz Anderson // @jazzanderson
Jazz Anderson is a female lyricist. She is classified as a storyteller who delivers lyrics and melodies. Jazz has trended on AudioMack, been featured on MyMixtapez main page, and playlisted with artists like SZA and Russ on VEVO’s “New R&B Vibes”, with her song “Round the Way”. The Honorable C Note produced record “Round The Way” includes remixes by Troy Ave and Molly Brazy. Aside from the original version being listed as one of the “top 20 songs to look out for in ATL for the month of February 2018,” by ATLTop20, Jazz has been featured on many popular hip-hop sites such as Hip Hop Weekly, Hip Hop DX, Worldstarhiphop, Globalgrind, Thisis50, Dirty Glove Bastard, and more. In addition, she has performed at SESAC’s A3C events, SXSW stages, and has performed on famous stages like Webster Hall and Rialto Theatre. So far, Jazz has opened up for Cardi B on BET Music Matters, Monica, Travis Scott, OG Maco, Kevin Gates, and Jacquees, to name a few. Jazz gained much of her popularity after being titled a lyricist on VH1‘s Rick Ross helmed show “Signed”. She was also a part of VH1’s Tami Ever After, her family’s spin-off special, which trended #4 in the U.S. on Twitter. After freestyling on Stevie J’s radio show, Scrilla Guerilla, Jazz went viral on Facebook with 2 million views. Jazz is based out of Houston and was also a part of the 2019 BET Hip Hop Award’s digital cypher, gaining more than a quarter million views on Youtube, as well as being featured on BET’s The Booth with Big Tigger.
Jamie Dubose // @jamieedebose
Jamie DuBose has positioned herself for success at every phase of her young 18-year old life span. Jamie was a volleyball star before a foot injury cut her blossoming career short, but she is not one to let anything keep her down. After graduating from Sierra Canyon High School with a 4.6 GPA, she plans to attend the Annenberg School for communication at the University of Southern of California, where she will continue on her creative path. Jamie has always been outspoken and wise beyond her years which makes her a perfect fit to speak about all things while being a part of the hosting team of The Mix. Jamie has plans to create her own content while building her resume and aspires to become a great host like Oprah.
Anton Peeples // @antonpeeples
Anton Peeples is a native of Detroit, Michigan who has spent much of his life in New York City and Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the British American Drama Academy. Anton’s feature credits include a starring role in the BET/BETher feature One Crazy Christmas and a supporting role in Running Out of Time for Viacom and director Chris Stokes. On the television side, he recurred on the VUDU reboot of the 80’s hit classic, Mr. Mom. He appeared on the season three finale of the hit HBO series Insecure, directed by Regina King. He also guest starred on In the Cut for Bounce TV. Anton also has an extensive theatre resume including leads in the shows Bat Boy and Booty Candy.