Dressed in a blue school uniform, she [JinSoul] brings a future bass track, 'Singing in the Rain' to show her colors to the fullest. The track fires up speakers with its accelerating tempo like a pulsating heart in excitement.
"Singing in the Rain" was written during a songwriting camp called "Camp Awesome" that gathered The Kennel's producers Caesar & Loui (Daniel Caesar and Ludwig Lundell), Ollipop, Cage (Karl-Oskar Julius Gummesson) and Oneye.
Caesar & Loui: "The idea of the camp is to write great songs together during a whole week and end it with a listening party. It’s a really fun and creative way of writing songs and all of us can come in and give feedback during the process of the song-making. [Singing in the Rain] was found rather fast by LOONA, it took only a few months until they wanted to record the song."
The song is a mashup of two different productions that were made and re-produced before the camp.
The drop part - made by Caesar & Loui in 2014-2015. They re-produced the idea right before the camp.
The other part of the production (verse-beat and the part before the drop) - made by Oneye right before the camp.
Caesar & Loui: "During the session of making the song we thought, let’s put the productions together, and it worked! After that we top-lined the track and came up with the title "Singing In The Rain".
Caesar & Loui: "I think the main idea of the song was to create something groovy and danceable. It felt like LOONA really understood that, the video and the dance moves looks great."
The robotic voice in the song's second chorus is from the demo version of the song. It’s Ludwig Lindell's voice "pitched down to make it sound like some kind of a robot".