Nitanee's song “Tell Me Where Your Heads At”, has been featured in the Mexican film “Plan V”, and the TV series ”El Juego De Las Llaves”. The song was written by Nitanee Paris, Misty Boyce and Evan Blum. Big thanks to Alcon Entertainment/Sleeping Giant Records for the exciting placements!
Nitanee Paris is the Director of A&R at ArtistMax, a Los Angeles based artist development and education enterprise founded by Grammy-winning producer Ken Caillat (Fleetwood Mac; Colbie Caillat). She is an award-winning songwriter whose work has been featured in TV, films, and commercials, and has been signed with multiple publishers, libraries and licensing agencies. As a collaborator, Nitanee works with notable writers including Grammy and Emmy-winning musicians, composers, and producers, as well as contestants on The Voice and Songland, and Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductees. She has created songs with legendary composer Steve Dorff, Gary Nicholson, Big Al Anderson, Andre Merritt, Alan Roy Scott, Pam Sheyne, Tim James, Dave Merenda, Hookman Barnes, Richard Harris, Charles Michael Brotman, Adam Zelkind, Andrew Rollins, and many others, and she has had cuts with many talented artists. Her music has been on the Billboard charts, and has been released by labels including Panda Funk and Interscope. Her song “Lift You Up”, which was released by Omar Lynx and Jackie Boy Records, has had over a million streams in just a few months. Her award-winning song “Big Big Life”, was released by the band Streetlight Cadence, and the album reached #17 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and #2 on the Heatseekers Pacific Chart.
Paris recently won two Global Peace Song Awards, and she is also the recipient of a Positive Music Award. She earned the Grand Prize and Lennon Award in the John Lennon Songwriting Competition, six awards for Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting in the Great American Songwriting Contest, and Song of the Year from West Coast Songwriters, among many other accolades. Nitanee leads the Malibu Chapter of the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), where she hosts industry panels and music events, and she is on the advisory council of the Hawaii Songwriting Festival, and the staff of the Durango Songwriters Expo. She produces "Nitanee's Nashville Nights" in Los Angeles, a showcase for hit songwriters and local talent and she recently co-hosted a songwriting retreat at a castle in Macon, France, where she led songwriting workshops and exercises. Her passion is in producing music events to benefit charitable organizations, as well as mentoring young writers and helping artists navigate the music industry by building their craft and expanding their networks.