3X GRAMMY Award-nominated artist Crowder is releasing the new music video for his Gospel-infused song “Let It Rain (Is There Anybody)” feat. Mandisa today. “Let It Rain (Is There Anybody)” feat. Mandisa amassed early momentum, charting weeks ahead of the official radio add date (5/31) and made striking impressions in major markets including Los Angeles, Minneapolis and St. Louis.
Further proving Crowder’s impressive ability to connect with listeners, the song garnered 52 stations out of the box, marking the largest add date of Crowder’s solo career. “Let It Rain (Is There Anybody)” feat. Mandisa is currently on Billboard’s Top 25 Christian Airplay charts and climbing. Crowder shared more about the song and his solo career in an in-depth interview with Billboard. Directed by Matthew DeLisi, the music video for the song was filmed at Melrose Billiard Parlor in Nashville and features multiple Grammy-award winning artist Mandisa.
“This is one of those summertime, good-vibe, car cruisin’ songs that you just gotta roll the windows down and crank it up. But maybe it’s summertime and it’s raining and you can’t put those windows down, that’s ok. The same God that brings that sunshine, brings the rain. And the clouds will clear. He’s got it all. He’s got you. This is a reminder we all need.” Crowder said.
“This song is a beautiful reminder of God’s presence at all times, both the good and the bad. I’m honored to be a part of it,” Mandisa said.
Known for seamlessly blending genres and captivating a variety of audiences with his musically-elaborate and unpredictable song craft, the genre-defying artist whose music appeals to both Christian and mainstream audiences, will mark his third appearance at CMA Music Festival this year. Fans can watch Crowder perform at the Maui Jim Broadway stage at Bridgestone Plaza on Sunday, June 9, kicking off at 10:45 a.m. Following that, he will sign autographs at The Nashville Collection in the Wildhorse Saloon from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Crowder recently wrapped a trek of spring tour stops with MercyMe’s IMAGINE NATION TOUR. He will join them again this fall, for additional tour dates nationwide, beginning on Oct. 3. Upcoming summer festival performances include Cincinnati, OH (6/20), Ocean City, MD (6/23) and Meansville, GA (6/30).