|4||16 Hands (All Dumbasses Will Vanish)|
|5||For The Best|
|11||Guerilla Warfare (feat. Cory Gunz)|
|12||Bet That I Lie|
|16||For You (Baby Girl)|
|18||But You Can't|
|26||Half A Mill|
|28||Are You High Yet (feat. Keep Pushin)|
|29||It's Been Years|
|32||Much To Sow|
|33||Lord Knows My Heart|
|35||Even A Day|
|38||Love In The Back|
|39||Spoke The Crow|
|41||Times Like These|
|45||Outro Lets Prove them Wrong|
|47||Wednesday (The Eight Hour Song)|
|48||The Throne (Hova and Yeezus)|
|49||Ride like The Wind|
|52||Whisky en la Ruta 666|
Rain (born Jung Ji-Hoon; June 25, 1982) is a South Korean pop singer, dancer, model, actor, businessman, and designer.
Rain's musical career includes seven albums (six Korean, one Japanese), 19 singles and numerous concert tours around the world. His acting career began in 2003, when he won the KBS Best New Actor award for his role in the drama Sang Doo! Let's Go To School. In 2004, Rain won the KBS Excellence in Acting award for his role in the drama Full House. After starring in A Love To Kill, he acted in his first Korean film, I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK (2006), which won the Alfred Bauer Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival. Rain has acted in the American films Speed Racer (2008) and Ninja Assassin (2009), the latter of which made him the first Korean to win an MTV award.
In 2007, Rain left the management of JYP Entertainment and started his own company, J. Tune Entertainment.