Rain on Me (Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande song)

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"Rain on Me"
Lady Gaga - Rain On Me.png
Single by Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande
from the album Chromatica
ReleasedMay 22, 2020 (2020-05-22)
Recorded2020
Studio
Genre
Length3:02
LabelInterscope
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Lady Gaga singles chronology
"Stupid Love"
(2020)
"Rain on Me"
(2020)
"911"
(2020)
Ariana Grande singles chronology
"Stuck with U"
(2020)
"Rain on Me"
(2020)
"Positions"
(2020)
Music video
"Rain on Me" on YouTube

"Rain on Me" is a song by American singers Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, from Gaga's sixth studio album, Chromatica (2020). It was written by Gaga, Grande, Nija Charles, Rami Yacoub, Tchami, Boys Noize and its producers BloodPop and Burns. An upbeat house, dance-pop, electropop and disco song, the song features a synth-disco beat and funk guitars. Described by Gaga as a "celebration of tears", the track explores resilience in defiance of the hardships in life.

The track was released by Interscope Records as the album's second single on May 22, 2020. Music critics lauded the singers' vocals as well as the song's message. With the song's debut at the top of the US Billboard Hot 100, it became Gaga's fifth and Grande's fourth US number-one single on the chart. It marked the first all-female collaboration to debut atop the chart, and made Grande the first artist to have four songs debut at the top spot. On Spotify, "Rain on Me" was the seventh most streamed song of summer 2020 and the most streamed song by a female artist globally during the season.[1] Additionally, "Rain on Me" topped the charts in 13 other countries, and also charted within the top ten in more than 50 territories.

"Rain on Me" was nominated for seven MTV Video Music Awards, including Video of the Year, ultimately winning three awards, including Song of the Year. The duo also performed "Rain on Me" at the awards show. The accompanying music video was directed by filmmaker Robert Rodriguez, and features Gaga and Grande dancing inside a giant arena during a rainstorm, with daggers falling from the sky. "Rain on Me" was further promoted with the release of mock news broadcasts in partnership with The Weather Channel in which Gaga and Grande both appeared. The song won the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category at the 63rd Grammy Awards, being the first female collaboration in history to win.[2]

Background

The song was first mentioned in Gaga's March 2020 interview with Paper, when then unknown to be with Grande, was described as a "monster of a dance tune, but its message is about submitting yourself to devastation – a flawless dance floor crier as a "celebration of all the tears".[3] Gaga disclosed that she had collaborated with a "fellow female pop star who [had similarly experienced] immense trauma while in the public eye" and went into depth about the genesis of their song: "I sat with her and we talked about our lives. It's two women having a conversation about how to keep going and how to be grateful for what you do."[3]

In her May 21, 2020 interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music's Beats 1, Gaga further talked about the writing process of the song:

[Grande] was so wonderful and I think that maybe she assumed that she was gonna come in and I would be like "here, just sing this and thank you so much for your time" right. But instead I asked her what she needed, how she wanted to do things. ...When she came to the studio I was still crying, she came up to me and said, "You're gonna be alright, call me, here's my number", and she was very persistent, she tried being friends with me so many times. But I was very ashamed, I didn't want to project all that negativity onto her. Then she came up to me and said "you're hiding", and I said "yeah, you're right, I'm absolutely hiding", and that's where our friendship blossomed.[4]

Recording and composition

"Rain on Me" was written by Gaga, Grande, Burns, Nija Charles, Rami Yacoub, Bresso, Boys Noize and Chromatica executive producer BloodPop.[5][6] Co-producer Burns explained that he wanted to create the "same energy" that songs like "Another Chance" by Roger Sanchez and "Music Sounds Better with You" by the French house group Stardust have, so that it can "feel classic but modern at the same time."[7] Initially, the song was "a stark, solo acid-house demo", and Burns disclosed how the track changed significantly during their process:

We all knew that "Rain on Me" had huge potential and was an incredible song, but the production didn't fit with the overall sound. So, Blood[pop] had asked if I could try some stuff with it. I took the vocal and wanted to try some new movement of the chords and explored different progressions to see if it changed the mood. It was kind of subconscious that I started playing the bassline from "All This Love That I'm Givin" by Gwen McCrae under the chorus, and that felt like another lightbulb moment. I remember Blood turning to me and smiling like we'd just cracked a code.[8]

"Rain on Me" is a 1990s-influenced house, dance-pop, and disco song,[9][10][11] with electropop, French house, and Eurodance elements.[12][13][14] It was composed using 4
4
common time
in the key of C minor, with a tempo of 123 beats per minute.[15] Most of the song follows a Cm7–Amaj9 sequence while the first verse and second pre-chorus adds a B(add4) and both pre-choruses include a Fm11 at the end.[15] The track features an upbeat production consisting of synth-pop instrumentals, an R&B-influenced synth-disco beat, synth claps, funk guitar strums and rolling synths.[16][17][18][19][20]

It opens with a stripped-down verse where Gaga's vocals are in the forefront.[21] It is then accompanied by a French house bass and a thundering percussion.[22] The mid-90s house-pop hook contains a pitched-down vocal loop.[22] In the chorus, which is described as thundering,[18] the beats build up, which then is altered into a techno beat drop.[21] After doing ad-libs, Grande joins in the second verse, where handclapped beats are added.[23][21] The final chorus "explodes" with the singers belting the song.[24]

Gaga's and Grande's vocals, which were described as "booming",[25] span from the low note of G3 to the high note of B5.[15] Vocally, Gaga makes use of spoken word deliveries[26] and Grande uses her "signature" high note octave.[11] Described by Gaga as a "celebration of tears", the song uses the metaphor of rain for alcohol used to numb pain.[22] Its first verse sees Gaga thinking about the hardships of life while Grande delivers lyrics about accepting reality in the second verse. According to Elle, the song is about "persevering through hardship, healing, and finding beauty in the pain, heartbreak, and life."[27]

Release and promotion

"Rain on Me" was officially announced on April 22, 2020, when Gaga posted the tracklist of her Chromatica album.[28] On May 15, 2020, both Gaga and Grande posted the single's cover art on Instagram and Twitter to announce its release a week later.[29][30] It premiered as the album's second single on May 21, 2020, at 21:00 PT (4:00 UTC on May 22, 2020).[31] The song was also promoted through an Amazon Music lyric video commercial.[32] To coincide with the single release, rain-themed merchandise items were made available in Gaga's official online store, such as rainboots, poncho, and an umbrella.[33] On May 27, 2020, a limited 7-inch vinyl with alternate artwork became available to ship on Lady Gaga's official web store.[34]

On May 26, 2020, Gaga and Grande posted a one-minute skit in partnership with The Weather Channel, where they give a mock weather update while holding an umbrella, and talk about how they "would like to celebrate the rain".[35][36] On May 28, 2020, they released another weather update, filmed in Gaga's pool and Grande's bathtub.[37] "Rain on Me" was added to a list of songs played on Fortnite radio stations.[38] On August 26, 2020, Gaga announced an online competition with a $10,000 cash grand prize for the winner, where participants had to design a poster inspired by "Rain on Me", using Adobe creative apps.[39]

Critical reception

"Rain on Me" received widespread critical acclaim upon its release.[40] Adam White of The Independent gave "Rain on Me" four out of five stars, expressing that the song was "three minutes of euphoric melodrama" and a "theatrical and replenishing triumph".[26] Joey Nolfi of Entertainment Weekly wrote that "Rain on Me" is "taking fans to sonic heaven" with the "therapeutic banger".[24] Mikale Wood from the Los Angeles Times called it "a fist-pumping self-empowerment jam".[41] Althea Legapsi of Rolling Stone labelled the song "rejuvenating", noting that the singers offer "a call-and-response exchange" as they "tout the rejuvenating aspects of the situation, despite the metaphorical bad weather sentiments."[23] Dave Quinn from People highlighted "Grande touching her signature high note octaves" and "Gaga's bold voice" that "echos throughout the track as she sings, "Rain on Me" and "Hands up to the sky/I'll be your galaxy".[42] Quinn Moreland of Pitchfork praised the song, writing that it "draws its power from two women connecting on an emotional level."[9] In a rave review, Brenden Wetmore of Paper described the song as "absolutely electric by its end, having charged up enough raw emotion and heartbreak to power an entire circuit party's worth of strobe lights."[20]

Craig Jenkins of Vulture magazine complimented the singers' vocals and the beat, and thought that the song "will be huge", because "it has that nebulous quality memorable pop hits have where the lyric seems distinctly about one thing but also not about anything in particular."[43] Hannah Mylrea from NME called it a "smash hit" that "may just be Gaga's best song since 2011's 'Born This Way"".[44] Rania Aniftos from Billboard thought that "the song showcases both Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga's unmatched vocals".[45] Billboard also named "Rain on Me" as the second best song off Gaga's Chromatica album, stating that "the incredible [...] production and uplifting songwriting help make the song great, but its the unmatched chemistry between the two pop divas that makes it one of Gaga's best."[46] Chris DeVille of Stereogum called the song "epic", saying that "there is some genuine catharsis in there [...] when Gaga and Ariana Grande come together to persevere through trauma."[47]

Matt Melis of Consequence of Sound wrote that "Gaga and Grande have vocal chops for miles", and called it a "dynamite feature". He also thought that "it's the release all of us have needed at least a couple dozen times during this pandemic", while highlighting its uplifting message: "No matter how bad the storm gets, we will endure and perhaps come out a little cleaner on the other side for the pain."[48] Allison Stewart from The Washington Post called the song a "big-voiced superdiva summit" that is "engineered to be irresistible".[49] Evan Sawdey from PopMatters named it "one of [Gaga's] all-time greatest singles", that "flies through its three-minute run time so quickly you barely realize it's about alcohol abuse".[50] Alexa Camp of Slant Magazine was less enthusiastic, and while she opined that "Rain on Me" is "an improvement over previous single 'Stupid Love'", she described the song as "two overzealous vocalists duking it out to see who can out-sing the other over the course of the track's three chart-maximizing minutes" and criticized the song's bridge.[22]

Year-end lists

"Rain on Me" was considered one of the best songs of 2020 by many critics. Ben Beaumont-Thomas from The Guardian named "Rain on Me" as the best song of 2020, stating "it’s that sense of transcendence that makes it such a potent song in 2020, by acknowledging the rain and dancing through it".[51] Billboard staff also named "Rain on Me" as the best song of the year, calling it a "stratospheric level of pop perfection" and stating "the song‘s true historical legacy will become clearer years from now when we look back on 2020, 'Rain on Me' stands apart as the song that helped millions of people cope with the uncertainty, tragedy and anxiety of an endless downpour of a year".[52] Chris DeVille from Stereogum named "Rain on Me" as the best pop song of 2020, calling it an epic dance track that finds euphoria in resilience and stating "over a mammoth '90s-vintage house beat, Gaga and Grande channeled every ounce of their diva power, not quite erasing their trauma and struggle but vanquishing it for three minutes at a time".[53] Helen Ainsley from Official Charts Company picked "Rain on Me" as her favourite song of 2020, stating "like a sudden downpour after a heatwave, 'Rain on Me' was an antidote to the drudge and uncertainty of the first few months of lockdown. This candid collab between two of pop’s most beloved powerhouses was a rousing reminder that while we may be struggling, at least we’re alive, packaged inside a dance-pop stomper that would have dominated clubs had they been open."[54]

Year-end lists for "Rain on Me"
Publication List Rank Ref.
American Songwriter The 20 Best Songs of 2020 N/A [55]
Apple Music The 100 Best Songs of 2020 N/A [56]
BBC The Best Songs of 2020 N/A [57]
Billboard The 100 Best Songs of 2020 1 [52]
The 30 Best Pop Songs of 2020 N/A [58]
Clash 25 Tracks That Defined 2020 N/A [59]
Cleveland.com The 25 Best Songs of 2020 9 [60]
Consequence of Sound Top 50 Songs of 2020 39 [61]
Crack Magazine The Top 25 Tracks of the Year 22 [62]
DIY Best Tracks of 2020 7 [63]
E! News The 20 Best Songs of 2020 N/A [64]
Earmilk Best Pop Songs of 2020 N/A [65]
The Fader The 100 Best Songs of 2020 87 [66]
Gay Times The 20 Best Songs of 2020 N/A [67]
Glamour The 63 Best Songs of 2020 N/A [68]
The Guardian The 20 Best Songs of 2020 1 [69]
Harper's Bazaar The Best Songs of 2020 N/A [70]
i-D Best Songs of 2020 N/A [71]
Insider The 30 Best Songs of 2020 7 [72]
The Line of Best Fit The Best Songs of 2020 29 [73]
Los Angeles Times The 50 Best Songs of 2020 N/A [74]
The New York Times Lindsay Zoladz's Best Songs of 2020 5 [75]
NME The 50 Best Songs of 2020 20 [76]
Nylon Maria Bobila's Top Songs of 2020 N/A [77]
Official Charts Company Helen Ainsley's Favourite Song of 2020 1 [54]
Pitchfork The 100 Best Songs of 2020 11 [78]
Refinery29 The 29 Best Songs of 2020 N/A [79]
Rolling Stone The Best Pop Collaborations of 2020 N/A [80]
Slate Chris Molanphy's Top 20 Singles of 2020 2 [81]
Stereogum The Top 40 Pop Songs of 2020 1 [53]
Uproxx The Best Songs of 2020 18 [82]
Vogue The 29 Best Songs of 2020 N/A [83]
Vulture The Best Songs of 2020 10 [84]
The Best Dance and Disco Songs of 2020 N/A [85]
The Wall Street Journal The Best Music of 2020 N/A [86]

Commercial performance

With "Rain on Me", Grande broke the record for the most number one debuts on the US Billboard Hot 100, with four songs.

"Rain on Me" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Gaga's fifth and Grande's fourth number one single as well as Gaga's seventeenth top 10 entry and Grande's sixteenth. It additionally became the first female-collaboration song to debut at number one on the chart. "Rain on Me" is Gaga's second song to debut at the top following "Born This Way", making her the fourth female artist to have two songs debut at number one, following Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, and Ariana Grande, and seventh overall, following Drake, Justin Bieber, and Travis Scott. Gaga is also the third artist following Carey and Beyoncé to accumulate a number one single in the 2000s, 2010s, and 2020s decades. Grande became the first artist to have four number one debut singles, surpassing Carey, Drake, and Bieber. Gaga also earns her eighth Digital Song Sales No. 1 and Grande adds her seventh. The song was driven by 31.5 million streams, 73,000 downloads and 11.1 million audience impressions in the week ending May 28, 2020. On March 17, 2021, "Rain on Me" was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for moving 2 million units in the United States. The song's sales were aided by four physical/digital combination offerings during the tracking week; consumers could also purchase cassette, CD and vinyl singles, each with a digital download.[87]

In the United Kingdom, "Rain on Me" debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart becoming both Gaga and Grande's sixth UK number one single and Gaga's first single to debut atop. Notching up 70,000 chart sales to seize the top spot from the previous week's leader, DaBaby's "Rockstar", "Rain on Me" claimed the biggest ever opening week streaming numbers by an all-female collaboration in the UK, with 8.1 million plays in seven days. At six number-one singles each, Gaga and Grande match Britney Spears and Rod Stewart with the tenth-most number-ones on the UK Singles Chart.[88] With 515,000 chart sales during the three-month period, "Rain on Me" was the third best selling song of the summer 2020 in the UK, being the biggest song by a female artist in the country.[89] "Rain on Me" was the seventeenth biggest song of 2020 in the UK, while also being the fourth biggest song by female artists in the country. It was the twelfth best selling and twentieth most streamed song of 2020 in the United Kingdom.[90]

In Ireland, "Rain on Me" debuted atop the Irish Singles Chart, becoming Grande's sixth and Gaga's seventh number one single in the country. "Rain on Me" also scored the biggest opening week of 2020, surpassing the previous best set by Billie Eilish's "No Time to Die". "Rain on Me" is Gaga's first song to debut in pole position in over nine years since "Born This Way" in 2011 and Grande's sixth to lead the top 50 in Ireland, and in doing so, she matched Rihanna as the female artists with the most number-ones of the past ten years.[91] "Rain on Me" was the 20th biggest song of 2020 in the Ireland, being the 5th biggest song by a female artist in the country. It was also the fastest-selling single of 2020.[92]

In Canada, "Rain on Me" entered the Canadian Hot 100 chart at the top position on the issue dated June 6, 2020, becoming Gaga's sixth and Grande's fourth number one single in the country.[93] It also debuted at number one on the Canadian Digital Songs Sales chart.[94] In Australia, "Rain on Me" debuted at number two on the ARIA Singles Chart dated June 1, 2020, becoming Gaga's fourteenth and Grande's fifteenth top ten single in the country. For Grande, it is the second top 10 duet single to debut in that tier in three, following "Stuck with U".[95] It remained at number two on its second week, still behind DaBaby's "Rockstar".[96]

Music video

Background and production

"What I really wanna do in this video so much is celebrate women and I wanna show people how to do it."

—Gaga talking about her main goal behind the video.[97]

The music video for "Rain on Me" was filmed in Los Angeles from February 20 to 24, 2020 shortly before the state of California went into lockdown in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.[98] The outfits worn by Gaga and Grande were designed by Laura Pulice and manufactured by Vex Clothing, a company specialized in latex suits.[99] Pulice said that the inspiration for Gaga's look was "a futuristic sci-fi punk" and "a heavy metal album sex symbol", while for Grande they "wanted to keep with the style that she's comfortable with, while staying with the futuristic theme of the video."[98] The singers' makeup was done by Sarah Tanno, who used products from Haus Laboratories and "wanted the looks to feel powerful, pop, with a mix of dangerous rebellion."[100] Choreographer Richy Jackson aspired to develop choreography which was uplifting and easy to recreate for those who watch it. He added that he really enjoyed the process because he was "able to work with both Gaga and Ariana and design their dances based on their individual artistic personalities, unique likenesses and differences and also how they each sang their lyrics parts."[101]

Prior to the release of the video, Gaga talked with Beats 1's Zane Lowe about working with Grande on the video, saying that "she was so open to trying things that she hasn't done before".[4] The music video was directed by filmmaker Robert Rodriguez, who had previously worked with Gaga on the films Machete Kills and Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.[24] It premiered on May 22, 2020, at 10 a.m. PT.[102] On August 6, 2020, Gaga released the forty-eighth episode of her web series Gagavision, showing her and Grande going through rehearsals and filming the music video.[97]

Synopsis

Grande and Gaga dancing in the music video. Choreographer Richy Jackson intended to develop choreography which is easy to recreate at home, with Vanity Fair and W magazine noting that it would translate well to TikTok videos.[103][13]

The video starts with "Gaga lying on the ground in a pose similar to that on the Chromatica artwork with a dagger stuck in her thigh", which she later pulls out.[104][103] The fashion of the video include much "dominatrix-esque"[105] latex and PVC.[106] Gaga appears in a pink outfit and platform boots, leading a troupe of dancers also dressed in pink as in her previous video for "Stupid Love",[107] while Grande wears a purple outift and a "shiny black metallic miniskirt with butterfly wings", with her respective group of dancers also in purple.[108][109]

They are all dancing inside a giant arena during a rainstorm, with daggers falling from the sky. At one point in the clip, Gaga sports Grande's "trademark high pony" hairstyle, with Grande having her hair down.[106] The video also features "some dramatic close-ups of Gaga with rain pouring down her face" behind a pane of glass, and a scene where the two singers are holding hands, "each with lengthy Sailor Moon hair floating in the wind behind them".[109][108] The video ends with a shot of the two singers hugging each other.

Reception

Amy Mackelden of Harper's Bazaar thought that the music video "is nothing short of iconic", and "features dramatic costume changes, and killer dance moves".[110] Erin Vanderhoof of Vanity Fair called it a "lavishly produced and animated video" with "TikTok–friendly" dance moves, and found it "a bit of nostalgia to [...] the pre-coronavirus days".[103] Kyle Munzenrieder of W magazine also noted that the choreography would translate well to TikTok videos as "the singers mostly stay static in place and pull the kind of moves one could easily record themselves doing in their bedroom".[13] Stefanee Wang of Nylon complimented the performance of Gaga and Grande in the video, saying that "neither of them miss a single beat". She added that the visual for the song "makes a convincing case that, when the world falls, society should really just become a huge dance party.[111] Brendan Wetmore of Paper found the video "equally as sparkly" as the single, "putting the two '10s dance-pop icons alongside each other for a riot in the rain."[20] George Griffiths of Metro called it a "cathartic [...] triumph".[112] Critics found inspirations in the video from Blade Runner,[108] Mortal Kombat[106] and Bayonetta.[113]

The music video garnered 12 million views in its first 11 hours.[114]

Live performance

On August 30, 2020, the duo performed the song at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards, marking its first live performance. The track was part of a medley of songs from Chromatica. After performing "911", Gaga changed into a purple outift with a spiky shoulder-piece and started singing "Rain on Me". Grande joined her on stage, sporting long pigtails and high, white platform shoes. Accompanied by dancers, they performed the choreography as seen in the music video of the song, which included their synchronized jumping.[115][116] Joey Nolfi from Entertainment Weekly called the performance "epic", as "the two singers hit high notes and performed exuberant choreography, wearing futuristic masks the entire time."[117]

Remixes

Arca remixed the song for Gaga's remix album Dawn of Chromatica.

On July 17, 2021, remixes of "Rain on Me" done by Ralphi Rosario and Purple Disco Machine were released digitally.[118][119] On August 9, 2021, Venezuelan producer Arca announced via Discord that she produced her own remix of the song for Gaga's third remix album Dawn of Chromatica (2021).[120] Her rendition samples the songs "Time" and "Mequetrefe" off her fourth studio album Kick I (2020), as well as the Changa tuki track "Mételo Sácalo" by DJ Yirvin.[121]

In a review of Dawn of Chromatica, Slant Magazine's Alexa Camp praised Arca's remix of the track, claiming that "it offers a glimpse of what Chromatica might have sounded like had Gaga's music lived up to the avant-garde pop image she's created for herself."[122] Arca's remix earned the praise of Pitchfork's Jamieson Cox as well, who thought it was Dawn of Chromatica's "most radical cut" that "situate[s] Gaga and Ariana Grande within Kick I's gossamer avant-pop."[123] Writing for Clash, Robin Murray thought that Arca's "mosaic-like approach" to the deconstruction of the song has "a sly, subversive edge."[124] Sam Murphy of Junkee opined that Arca's remix "emerges from a sonic sludge, slowly revealing the song's euphoria bit-by-bit. The euphoria is harder to access but by the time it builds to its climax, through glitchy synths and chopped vocals, the pay-off is glorious."[125] Alex Rigotti from Gigwise appreciated the producer's risk-taking in the remix, saying that "Arca lets the track simmer and steam, never letting up", and opined that "the decision to make all of 'Rain on Me' high-strung and tense with no resolution was certainly a big choice". She however added that she "respect[s] the intentions more than the product", saying that this remix is not one she "personally would come back to a lot".[126]

Accolades

Year Organization Award Result Ref.
2020 American Music Awards Collaboration of the Year Nominated [127]
Favorite Music Video Nominated
LOS40 Music Awards Best International Video Nominated [128]
MTV Europe Music Awards Best Video Nominated [129]
Best Song Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
MTV Millennial Awards Brazil Global Hit Won [130]
International Collaboration Nominated
MTV Video Music Awards Video of the Year Nominated [131]
Song of the Year Won
Best Collaboration Won
Best Pop Nominated
Best Cinematography Won
Best Visual Effects Nominated
Best Choreography Nominated
MTV Video Play Awards Most Played Music Videos Won [132]
NRJ Music Awards International Collaboration of the Year Won [133]
Music Video of the Year Nominated
People's Choice Awards Song of 2020 Nominated [134]
Collaboration of 2020 Nominated
Music Video of 2020 Nominated
2021 Billboard Music Awards Top Dance/Electronic Song Nominated [135]
BMI Pop Awards Most-Performed Songs of the Year Won [136]
Grammy Awards Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Won [137]
iHeartRadio Music Awards Dance Song of the Year Nominated [138]
Best Music Video Nominated
Favorite Music Video Choreography Nominated
MYX Music Awards Favorite International Video Nominated [139]
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Music Collaboration Nominated [140]
Queerties Awards Anthem Won [141]
Rockbjörnen Foreign Song of the Year Nominated [142]
RTHK International Pop Poll Awards Top Ten International Gold Songs Won [143]

Track listing and formats

Credits and personnel

Credits adapted from the liner notes of Chromatica.[6]

Recording locations

Personnel

  • Lady Gaga – vocals, songwriter
  • Ariana Grande – vocals, songwriter
  • BloodPop – producer, songwriter
  • Burns – producer, songwriter, bass, drum, guitar, keyboards
  • Tchami – additional producer, songwriter
  • Alexander Ridha – songwriter
  • Nija Charles – songwriter
  • Rami Yacoub – songwriter
  • Leddie Garcia – percussion
  • Rachel Mazer – saxophone
  • Benjamin Rice – vocal producer, recording engineer, mixer
  • Tom Norris – mixer
  • E. Scott Kelly – assistant mixer
  • Randy Merrill – mastering engineer

Charts

Certifications

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Australia (ARIA)[263] 2× Platinum 140,000double-dagger
Belgium (BEA)[264] Platinum 40,000double-dagger
Canada (Music Canada)[265] 2× Platinum 160,000double-dagger
Denmark (IFPI Danmark)[266] Gold 45,000double-dagger
France (SNEP)[267] Gold 100,000double-dagger
Italy (FIMI)[268] Platinum 70,000double-dagger
New Zealand (RMNZ)[269] Platinum 30,000double-dagger
Norway (IFPI Norway)[270] 2× Platinum 120,000double-dagger
Poland (ZPAV)[271] 3× Platinum 150,000double-dagger
Portugal (AFP)[272] Platinum 10,000double-dagger
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[273] Gold 20,000double-dagger
United Kingdom (BPI)[274] 2× Platinum 1,200,000double-dagger
United States (RIAA)[275] 2× Platinum 2,000,000double-dagger
Streaming
Japan (RIAJ)[276] Gold 50,000,000dagger

double-dagger Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.
dagger Streaming-only figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Release dates and formats for "Rain on Me"
Region Date Format Version Label Ref.
Various May 22, 2020 Original Interscope [144]
Digital download Instrumental [146]
United States May 25, 2020 Adult contemporary radio Original Interscope [277]
May 26, 2020 Contemporary hit radio [278]
Russia Universal [279]
Italy June 5, 2020 [280]
Various July 17, 2020
  • Digital download
  • streaming
Purple Disco Machine remix Interscope [118]
Ralphi Rosario remix [119]
Russia July 22, 2020 Contemporary hit radio Universal [281]
September 11, 2020 Purple Disco Machine remix edit [282]

See also

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