Romeo Miller is the son of No Limit Records founder Master P. He has been a star rapper, athlete, and even tried his hand at acting over the years. Being born into a rap dynasty, he studied his father's business and became successful as a result, creating a legacy for the Miller name.
He was born in 1989 and grew up in New Orleans, LA. Later, he would play basketball at USC. As a rapper, he got his start as Lil Romeo in the early 2000's, later dropping the “Lil” and going by just Romeo. He competed on Dancing with the Stars during its season 12, being eliminated during the 8th week. He has continued to release music and act, while building his net worth to $20 million and counting. He started co-hosting The Mix in 2020.