“Kiss the Rain” is a song by British singer Billie Myers, from her debut album Growing, Pains. It was released in 1997 as the lead single of the album by Universal Records. The song, produced by Desmond Child, is considered Myers’ signature song and is her only notable hit. Myers also recorded a Spanish version of this song titled “Besa la lluvia (Piensa en mí)”.
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Yiruma is the stage name of I Ru-ma (born February 15, 1978), a popular international pianist and composer from South Korea. The name “Yiruma” in Korean means “I will reach”. Yiruma often performs at concerts in Asia, Europe and North America. King’s college’s alma mater in England helped him gain popularity and recognition in Europe. The most popular creations are “River Flows in You”, “Kiss the Rain”, and “May Be”. The most popular album First Love was released in 2001.
Yiruma began playing the piano at the age of five, and then moved to London at the age of eleven (1988), to study at the Purcell School of Music and graduating in July 1997, Yiruma continued his musical aspirations and completed the main composition of King’s College London in the month June 2000. While studying at Kings College, Yiruma released his first album “Love Scene” through Decca Records.
In addition, during his time at college, he participated in music tours in Europe. which had a historical impact on his country, Yiruma was the first Korean artist to receive an invitation to perform at the 2002 MIDEM in Cannes, France. At the beginning of his career, his album has slid in Europe and Asia, now available internationally through various online sources such as iTunes, Amazon, and Yiruma’s Stomp record label notes.
In 2001 he released the most popular album to date, (First Love and Wedding Essentials: The Ceremony) Yiruma released his third album in 2003. Pre-order sales topped 30,000 copies and the album ranked top on many popular music charts, including yes24, phono, and Hot Trek. His 12 cities tour in Korea and his concerts at the Seoul National Arts Center in Korea were in demand.
Her fourth album is POEMUSIC. In 2006, the following year, he wrote a main theme piece for a popular KBS drama, Spring Waltz. In his fifth album “Monologue”, he used the piano he had designed. Yiruma has filled in several soundtracks for musical films, films and dramas. While successful in the music industry, Yiruma decided to join the South Korean military. Therefore, in 2006 he gave up British citizenship and was enlisted in the Korean Navy.