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Karen Waldrup: "Southern Spice" Nevin James: "You'll Never Be My Home" Final results: "My City" – Nick Nittoli (hook) and Jes Hudak and Karen WaldrupPlatinum Hit is a 2011 reality competition series on Bravo, in which 12 singer-songwriters compete through innovative songwriting challenges that tested their creativity, patience and drive. The series was created and produced by Evan Bogart. Every episode featured a different topic – from a dance track to a love ballad – that required the contestants to write and perform lyrics from various genres, for a cash prize of $100,000, a publishing deal with songwriting collective The Writing Camp, and a recording deal with RCA/Jive label. The show ran for one season, and Sonyae Elise was named the winner of that season. The show was originally to be entitled Hitmakers and was later changed to Going Platinum before settling on its final title.