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
Released1994
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.

<i>Natural Thing</i> (Tanya Blount album) 1994 studio album by Tanya Blount

Natural Thing is the debut studio album by American singer Tanya Blount, released in March of 1994 under Polydor Records. The album peaked at No. 58 on the Billboard Top R&B Albums chart and features the top 40 R&B hit, "Through the Rain", "I'm Gonna Make You Mine" and "Hold On".

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]


Charts

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

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References

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