She began singing at a young age, growing up in a family that first instilled the love of Jazz and Arabic music.
In 2013 Ines transitioned to being a full time professional singer and released a duet with Sabry Mosbah entitled “Ijik el Khir” (Kindness will come to you) which featured on the soundtrack for the documentary “Tounsi w khalli iqoulou hbel” (I am Tunisian, let them say I am crazy) produced by Coca-Cola and released in movie theaters. Along with eight other famous singers from different Arab countries, she was also part of the project Imraa Wahida, the Arabic version of the song “One Woman” produced by Maqam Production, as the official song for UN Women and performed on International Women’s Day in 2014 at Cairo Opera House. The same year she released a duet in English with the singer Halim Yousfi from Gultrah Sound System, entitled ‘Yesterday’ (available on SoundCloud).
Ines continued to perform at concerts and high-end private events in Tunis, notably at the US Embassy’s Independence Day celebrations (2016 & 2017), the reopening of the Swedish Embassy at the prestigious Bardo Museum October 25th 2016 and the celebration of Europe Day May 9th 2017 in Carthage where the video of her rendition of Tunisia’s National anthem have since garnered more than a million views. She was also interviewed and performed on numerous prime time TV talk shows (Labes, Nessma TV and Abdelli show) and radio shows (Shems FM, express FM, Ifm, Jawhara FM).
Ines always aspired to be an internationally recognized artist, preferring to sing in English, but also performing in Spanish, French, Italian and Arabic. Confident in her proven talent as a singer and performer of western music, in 2018 she chose to move to Los Angeles, city of talent and opportunity, to build her international career.