InRage Entertainment prepares artists with exceptional talent for a career in the music industry. We team up with each artist and guide the artist in shaping his or her own career. Our approach includes coaching in vocal techniques for recording and live performance, stage performance coaching and songwriting development.
At the end of the InRage development process, each artist releases an EP of their original songs compatible with commercial radio and a HD quality music video. Each artist is ready to perform live with a fully crafted live set.
If you think you’ve seen her before, you probably have. Alexey, "the little drummer girl" has appeared in Ellen DeGeneres’ girl empowerment campaign with Gap Kids; toured in the Philippines with Arnel Pineda of Journey; performed at the halftime show for the LA Clippers & Golden State Warriors game at the Staples Center and played at the 2017 US Open. She was featured in commercials for Apple’s iPhone XS release, Disney’s “Dream Big,” and Nickelodeon’s “That’s Me” campaign and she has performed on the TODAY Show and on Good Day New York. Alexey joins InRage to develop and express her other creative talents, unknown to most, until now.
Starting her dancing career from the very young age of four, Dorian has liked to keep busy. Hailing from Chicago she has mastered Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Musical Theatre, Urban Jazz/Jazz Funk, and Hip Hop. She's performed all throughout Chicago, Ohio, and Los Angeles. She has a degree in Psychology and has taught with Teach for America. During her time as a sixth grade humanities teacher at ICEF’s Frederick Douglass Academy Middle School, Dorian also created and managed after-school dance programs and Zumba classes. While pursuing her Master's degree, teaching Middle Schoolers, and building content for the kids in her schools, she always maintained her love for entertaining.
Music producer turned recording artist, Johnny Gas joins the InRage Entertainment family premiering his self-produced album 'NOTHING PERSONAL'. With his relaxed, Southern swag, Johnny Gas blends vibey rap beats with his cool vocals and sensual lyrics. Influenced by hip hop and RnB artists like Drake and John Mayer, Johnny Gas never takes the same road twice. His belief in diversity through art and music is what motivates him to cross genre lines and is ultimately why Johnny teamed up with multi-genre creative company InRage Entertainment and hybrid producer Automatic of Sony/ATV (Christina Aguilera, P!NK, Cher, James Brown, XIA, Twice) and founder of InRage.
Though music runs in M3DI's family, it wasn't until his time in the Navy that he connected with his musical gift in a purposeful way. With his guitar as his companion, he sang songs with his fellow sailors, giving them the comfort and escape they needed as they endured the challenges of military life. It was those moments of inspiration that sparked M3DI's desire to pursue music as a career. An accomplished pianist and vocalist, M3DI is beginning his journey with the InRage family as both artist-in-development and production apprentice.
Influenced by Taylor Swift’s first album, Chloe Madeline took a break from being in front of the camera and began formal vocal training at 8 years old. Singing quickly became her true passion. Since that time, she has been in several musical theater productions as well as a short film called A Girl Named Khan. Initially focused on musical theater, Chloe discovered that she has a love of writing powerful songs that channel her emotions and feelings. She hopes that her music and lyrics will become an anthem of life and love for people of all ages.
On March 12th, 2004, Kauai Mayor Bryan Baptiste presented a proclamation, declaring the day to be “Starla Marie Day.” It was a fitting recognition that honored one of the island’s most talented residents, who has been modeling and performing on stage since the age of four. Since that great day, Starla Marie – actress, singer, songwriter, model, and producer – has only continued to build upon what was then an already impressive resume, by continuing to grow amidst the changing landscape of the music industry. She started her professional music career with numerous independent releases in Hawai‘i and then worldwide. Her work extends through Asia, across the Pacific, and in Europe, where she earned a #1 spot on France’s hit net radio and broadcast station, “Soul Clap.” After releasing her R&B solo debut self-titled CD, “Starla Marie,” she toured and promoted her album across the Pacific, Korea and Japan. One of Starla’s hit songs and videos, “Handle Your Business,” is currently licensed in the very popular game, “Dance Dance Revolution 2.” The entire album is licensed on PlayStation, cell phone ringtones, and Tetris on X-Box.
Now 13, Estelle’s artistic genes from her multi-instrumentalist father and actress and television broadcaster mother are blossoming right on time. Acting classes, musical theatre summer camps, and her love of studying great recording artists will serve Estelle well in her development as a recording artist in the InRage Entertainment development program.
As a young woman growing up in the Middle East, Klara enjoyed the beauty of a life in Jordan—valuable friendships, horseback riding, incredible musical experiences, and loving family bonds. She also faced the all-too-common restrictions, disrespect, and discrimination that have for too long accompanied the female gender in most parts of our world. Klara, the budding feminist, could not stand living in a country without human rights for women.
Today, living in California, facing fears has become a meditative practice for Klara. Though the anxiety of her past follows her, she vows to put every emotion she has into her songs. Her mission is to use her voice and songs to speak to people who feel alone like she once did.
Raffaela was born in Smithtown, NY and was raised in the small town of Sayville, New York on Long Island. At an early age it was obvious Raffaela wanted to be a performer; she could sing before she could talk.
Born in New York City and raised in the small Midwest town of Westchester, Ohio, Annie Cleary's friends and family discovered her mastery of the power of music when she was just three years old. The brood arrived home from a viewing of the Phantom of the Opera to find her performing a perfect replication of the theme song purely by memory.