Rachael Cain, (AKA Screamin’ Rachael), is known as The Queen of House Music, to friends and fans around the world, and is currently the president of Phuture Trax Records. Ms Cain received “The Special Award Of Honor” on January 27th 2008’ at The Chicago Music Awards. She is credited as being the woman responsible for taking the Chicago House genre, and catapulting it to worldwide prominence, with her legendary label Trax Records, which is recognized as the Motown of the House Music Generation. Ms.Cain, also known as Screamin’ Rachael, because of her larger than life stage presence and personality has just completed her first film documentary, The House That Trax Built. Her Top ten dance records include the current hit, My Forever’s’ Here Today, Please Don’t Make Me Lonely, Sister Sister, Fantasy, and, Fun With Bad Boys. She’s always loved to rock, and these days has collaborated with Diva / Bassist, Emily Rodgers, to form the all girl band sensation, Barbee and The Brats, who’ve just finished their first recording “Too Wild To Tame.”
Rachael also Recently Launched 1House, a fashion / entertainment label. The Philosophy of the venture is to unite people of all nations, and backgrounds through music, fashion, and creativity. In a time when violence and the negative portrayal of women has taken center stage in the media, House Music remains a symbol of peace and unity to its growing legions of fans. Say’s Rachael, “Music is the universal language, erasing all boundaries, you may be black or white, Jew or Gentile, dancing to the beat of rock, juke, or classical, it doesn’t matter because you are all welcome in our house. One world one house… We started as a small group of friends in Chicago with a dream that one day our music could change the world, today we are living proof of that power”.
Rachael Cain is featured in many periodicals, books and films, including The Chicago Tribune, New York Magazine, Night Owl, Party Monster, The Last Party, The History of House Music, Techno Style, and Club Land by Frank Owens, to name a few