"What You Waiting For" was featured in the MTV series "TeenMom2" on Monday, August 7, 2018!! This song was co-written with Patricia Bahia, Cameron Stymeist & London artist, Betty Lawrence, for the band project 7th & Hope. We are all thrilled for this placement!!
Nitanee Paris contributes her energies to an expansive musical community. As a networking mentor, her talents are in making introductions, fostering relationships, organizing events and promoting causes. She brings these talents to her role as Partner, Artist & Repertoire at ArtistMax, founded by Grammy Award-Winning producer Ken Caillat.
Nitanee is the founder of the Malibu Chapter of the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI), where she oversees a busy calendar of monthly opportunities. She is on the advisory council of the Hawaii Songwriting Festival and on 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.
Nitanee is signed to Alcon Sleeping Giant, creating music for various film and TV projects. Her award-winning song “Big Big Life”, was released by the band Streetlight Cadence, and the album reached #17 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart. As a collaborator, Nitanee works with several notable writers including Gary Nicholson, Big Al Anderson, Andre Merritt, Alan Roy Scott, Dave Merenda, Charles Michael Brotman, Richard Harris, Andrew Rollins, Adam Zelkind, Ron Harris, and she has just begun a project with a Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee.
Nitanee’s music has earned many awards and honors. In March 2018, she won the Grand Prize in the Children's Category of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. She has earned recognition from the International Songwriting Competition, the Dallas Songwriters Association, the UK Songwriting Contest and many other accolades. She earned six “Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting” awards from the Great American Song Contest, and she won Song of the Year from West Coast Songwriters.