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Official Song of the 2021 Japan Film Festival Los Angeles! “Orizuru” (the Japanese version of “1000 Paper Cranes”) has been chosen as the official song of the 2021 Japan Film Festival Los Angeles!! The music video, directed by Ari Keita, was played at the award ceremony on Sunday. The song was written by Nitanee Paris with the amazing artist Kat McDowell, Kazumi Shimokawa, Masaki Kusumori and Sumire Stanislawsky. It was producer by Kazumi, mixed by Nic Manders, and mastered by Ernesto Honemayer.


2015 HAWAI'I SONGWRITING FESTIVAL - 3RD PLACE WINNER




RECIPIENT OF THE UCLA HAL GABA SCHOLARSHIP FOR SONGWRITING EXCELLENCE

3 X Grand Prize WINNER

"Kokoro no Kakera”, the Japanese version of “Scars (Kintsugi)” is the Grand Prize WINNER in the 2021 John Lennon Songwriting Contest, World Category. It was written by Nitanee Paris and artist Kat McDowell, along with producer Kazumi Shimokawa, and translated by Masaki Kusumori. Kintsugi 金継ぎ is the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery by mending it with gold, silver, or platinum. The object becomes more precious because of its history, and there is beauty in the brokenness. This song is dedicated to the memory of Nitanee's dear friend Margo, who was a living example Kintsugi, and the inspiration for the song. 

"Traveler" is the Grand Prize WINNER in the 2021 John Lennon Songwriting Contest, Electronic Category. It was written by Nitanee Paris and artist/producer Una Jensen, and it was mixed and mastered by Enoch Jensen. The song was inspired by Jack Kerouac (and Una’s tattoo).

Nitanee has earned three Grand Prize Awards from this prestigious competition. She also went on to win the Lennon Award in 2018.

Nitanee Paris Music received 8 nominations in the 2020 Peace Song Awards, and is the winner of the County/Folk Category. In 2020 and 2019 she has received a total of 11 nominations and won 3 awards in multiple categories.

Nitanee Paris Music received 8 nominations in the 2020 Peace Song Awards, and is the winner of the County/Folk Category. In 2020 and 2019 she has received a total of 11 nominations and won 3 awards in multiple categories.