Rasheeda Frost is set to star in a new show about her life and businesses after landing a TV deal with Philo.
Philo is an online television company founded in 2010 by Tuan Ho and Nick Krasney. The streaming service then launched nationwide in 2017.
According to Deadline, the “Boss Moves with Rasheeda” series will follow Frost as she gives fans a deeper look into her multiple homes, her businesses, including Frost Bistro & Bar, and her situational decision-making. financial. The half-hour show will be part of Philo’s first-ever original lineup after the company announced its partnership with lifestyle programmer Kin.
The company said in a statement shared in a blog post on its website, “Our partnership with Kin is also making waves, as we will be launching our first original series on Philo! Exclusive to the service, Boss Moves with Rasheeda, features iconic Love and Hip Hop Atlanta cast member Rasheeda Frost. New episodes will air weekly from Spring 2022 and are available to all Philo subscribers.
“Boss Moves with Rasheeda,” which will have 12 episodes, will begin filming in Atlanta later this month.
No additional details regarding Frost’s new show have been released. Frost rose to fame in the 1990s as the rapper for hip-hop group Da Kaperz before finally going solo in 2000. During Frost’s solo career, she released six studio albums.
In 2012, Frost moved on to reality TV in 2012 after starring in “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”, alongside her family. After gaining a massive following through the show, Frost opened several businesses, including Frost Bistro & Bar, Pressed Boutique, and Poiz Cosmetics.
Outside of Philo’s announcement of Frost’s show earlier this week, the reality star hasn’t mentioned the news on her social media pages.
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