NOSAM, the Music Industry’s Latest Secret Weapon, Secures Landmark Deal With FOX Sports to Produce Soundtrack for NASCAR Race Hub Season 15

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Known for his innovative production style and uncanny ability to capture the essence of any moment through his music, NOSAM has taken the entertainment world by storm. From crafting catchy tunes for “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” to setting the stage for dramatic moments on “Total Bellas,” NOSAM’s talent knows no bounds.

Los Angeles, California, June 19, 2024. As NOSAM dives headfirst into the high-octane world of NASCAR, fans can expect nothing short of a musical masterpiece that will raise every race to new heights. With NOSAM at the helm, there’s no telling what wonders await viewers in this electrifying new season of NASCAR Race Hub.

Get ready to experience adrenaline-pumping beats like never before as NOSAM takes all on a thrilling ride through the fast-paced world of professional racing. Brace yourselves – because when it comes to epic soundtracks that pack a punch, nobody does it quite like NOSAM.

NOSAM, the former music producer behind 26 episodes of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” and “Total Bellas,” has signed a new contract with FOX Sports. He will be producing the music for NASCAR Race Hub Season 15, bringing his unique sound and expertise to the iconic sports show.

Based in Los Angeles, NOSAM is a DJ and producer known for his lush, pop-oriented EDM, Future Pop, future bass, and trap. He broke through with his 2016 remix of Borgeous and tyDi’s “Wanna Lose You,” paving the way for tracks like 2018′s “Forget” and 2021′s “Bad Girl.”

Born Nicholas Martin Wright in 1991 in Laguna Beach, NOSAM grew up in San Clemente where he started DJ’ing at age ten. He eventually began producing his own tracks, initially drawing inspiration from bands like Linkin Park, Gorillaz, Eiffel 65, blink-182, and others. By 2012, he was posting his work on various social media platforms under the name NOSLEEPAFTERMIDNIGHT, which he ultimately abbreviated to NOSAM.

He gained wider popularity in 2016, winning Borgeous and tyDi’s remix competition with his version of their song “Wanna Lose You,” which was then officially released on Armin van Buuren’s Armada Music. More tracks followed in 2018, including “Take You There” and “Forget,” featuring Philip Cooper. “Last Time,” featuring Denny White, arrived in 2020. In 2021, he collaborated with Lostinvegas on “Got Lost” and released his own “Bad Girl.

During a recent interview, NOSAM made these comments, “Never sign a record deal unless you know entertainment law very well or have a lawyer to guide you. Also don’t be in a rush to make a “hit” or try to make an income from music right away, it’s ok to do free work. Everyone is different but no one is an “overnight success” it takes years of hard work and dedication.

I didn’t start making an income from music until 2016 when I got my songs placed on multiple Tv shows. Before that I had to do a lot of free work in the industry and I worked everywhere, literally everywhere. I worked at restaurants, juice bars, grocery stores, freelance graphic design, worked as a PA on movie sets and even worked the night shift cleaning at Petco!”

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NOSAM, the Music Industry's Latest Secret Weapon, Secures Landmark Deal With FOX Sports to Produce Soundtrack for NASCAR Race Hub Season 15 2