Nismah Osman, Songwriter and Music Producer

Your World of Creativity

Feb 26 2024 • 25 mins

Join us on "Unlocking Your World of Creativity" as we dive into the musical journey with the incredible Nismah Osman.

Nismah's Website

@nismahosman on Instagram

Here are some key takeaways:

Nismah's early music exploration began with an old piano, leading to a lifelong passion for songwriting and recording.

She shares insights into her creative process, emphasizing the importance of a strong concept as the heart of a song.

Nismah's dedication to her craft led her to study under industry legends, shaping her songwriting skills.

Sync licensing became a pivotal avenue for Nismah, with placements on major networks, demonstrating an alternative path for musicians beyond traditional avenues.

Nismah's mission is to empower emerging artists, guiding them through the complexities of the music industry, with a focus on sync licensing as a viable and lucrative option.

To punctuate the episode, enjoy snippets of Nismah's original tracks: "Have You In My Dream," "Sexy Today," and "Nasty Woman." (All music is copyrighted by the artist and used with permission.)

Connect on her website or find her on Instagram @NismahOsman. She's not just sharing music; she's sharing a roadmap to success!

Thanks to our sponsor: Exact Rush B

I'm Nismah, a songwriter, music producer, vocalist and businessperson with a penchant for outside-the-box thinking. I help musicians of all kinds & from all walks of life to increase their income while honoring their passion and working LESS. My expertise primarily caters to aspiring musicians of all kinds who are struggling to make music their "full-time" job. I understand the challenges they face and offer tried and true strategies for increasing cash flow in their music business. Over my 17-year career in music, I've secured over 200 sync licensing placements in films and tv shows, studied hit songwriting techniques with pop songwriting legend Kara DioGuardi (P!nk, Jason Derulo, Kelly Clarkson, American Idol), and taught songwriting and music business classes to the next generation of songwriters at my alma mater, Berklee College of Music ('19, '22).

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