Through the Rain (Tanya Blount song)

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"Through the Rain"
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Single by Tanya Blount
from the album Natural Thing
ReleasedJune 28, 1994
Recorded1993 - 1994
Genre
Length5:09
Label Polydor
Songwriter(s)
  • K. Jackson
  • E. White
  • B. Williams
Producer(s)
Tanya Blount singles chronology
"I'm Gonna Make You Mine"
(1994)
"Through the Rain"
(1994)
"Hold On"
(1994)


"Through the Rain" is a song by American recording artist Tanya Blount. Released as the second single from her debut album Natural Thing , it became the most successful release from the album, peaking at number 90 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Contents

Track listing

CD single [1]
No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength
1."Through the Rain" (Radio Edit)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence 3:58
2."Through the Rain"K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence 5:09
Cassette single [2]
No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength
1."Through the Rain"K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik White5:09
2."Through the Rain" (Radio Edit)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik White3:58
Maxi-single
Through the Rain (The Remixes) [3]
No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength
1."Through the Rain" (2 A.M. Mix Edit W/Dialogue)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:05
2."Through the Rain" (2 A.M. Mix Edit W/O Dialogue)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:06
3."Through the Rain" (Down Home Mix Edit)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove3:50
4."Through the Rain" (2 A.M. Extended)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:54
5."Through the Rain" (Down Home Mix Extended)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:36
6."Through the Rain" (2 A.M. Mix Instrumental)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:54
7."Through the Rain" (Down Home Mix Instrumental)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove3:49
8."Through the Rain" (2 A.M. Acappella)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:54
12" vinyl [4]
Side one
No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength
1."Through the Rain" (2 A.M. Mix Extended)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:54
2."Through the Rain" (2 A.M. Mix Instrumental)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:54
3."Through the Rain"K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence5:09
Side two
No.TitleWriter(s)ProducerLength
4."Through the Rain" (Down Home Mix Extended)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:36
5."Through the Rain" (Down Home Mix Instrumental)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove3:49
6."Through the Rain" (2 A.M. Acappella)K. Jackson, E. White, B. WilliamsKevin "K-Jack" Jackson, Erik "Lil Rik" White, (Co.) Paul Laurence, La Ron Style , Leon High, R.H. Groove4:54


Charts

Chart (1994)Peak
position
US Billboard Hot 100 [5] 90
US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs ( Billboard ) [6] 27
US Adult R&B Songs ( Billboard ) [7] 21

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