Jamie Foxx returns as presenter of the game show Beat Shazam, which premieres season seven on Fox on May 28. Foxx is an executive producer, and his daughter, Corinne Foxx, is a co-host and DJ.

Following Foxx’s hospitalization, Nick Cannon served as a guest presenter in season 6.

“Jamie and Corinne are the heart and soul of Beat Shazam,” Allison Wallach, Fox Entertainment’s head of unscripted programming, stated. “As our undeniably dynamic father-daughter hosting team, they bring a relationship like no other to a show like no other, and it’s wonderful having them back on set this season.”

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Beat Shazam challenges two-person teams against the clock and each other in an attempt to identify the most popular songs of all time. Finally, the team with the most money competes against the music identification software Shazam for a chance to win $1 million.

Beat Shazam was developed by Jeff Apploff and Wes Kauble, and it is produced by Apploff Entertainment, MGM Alternative Television, and BiggerStage in collaboration with Shazam. Apploff, Mark Burnett, Barry Poznick, Lauren Zalaznick, Pat Kiely, Sean O’Riordan, and Jamie Foxx are the executive producers.