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Another iTunes hit for Hunter Plake and Lauren Duski

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Hunter Plake performs during the Top 10 show on The Voice Season 12 (NBC Photo)

Hunter Plake performs during the Top 10 show on The Voice Season 12 (NBC Photo)

For the second straight week, the biggest iTunes hits from The Voice belong to Hunter Plake and Lauren Duski.

Last week, they were the only singers from the show to land in bonus points territory; contestants who place in the Top 10 on the iTunes singles chart have their downloads multiplied by five for voting purposes.

And that’s the case again this week.

At noon, when voting ended, Hunter’s cover of “Higher Love” was sitting at number 9 on iTunes; Lauren was one spot behind with her version of “Tell Me Why.”

The next highest charting song belonged to 15-year-old Brennley Brown and her cover of “Anyway” at number 14.

If there’s a chart surprise this week, it might be that two other singers — Jesse Larson and Aliyah Moulden — are ahead of Team Alicia’s Chris Blue on the singles chart.

All three are in the Top 25 on the singles chart. Add TSoul at number 26, and seven of the 10 singers from Monday’s show cracked the Top 30.

After that, there’s a 40-spot drop before you reach Lilli Passero, Vanessa Ferguson and Mark Isaiah.

Remember, tonight three singers will be in jeopardy of going home and two will be eliminated.

Also, a special congrats to TSoul. He wound up at number one on the R&B singles chart with his cover of “At This Moment.”

Here’s where all the songs stood at noon.

Overall Singles Chart

#9 — Hunter Plake, “Higher Love”

#10 — Lauren Duski, “Tell My Why”

#14 — Brennley Brown, “Anyway”

#17 — Jesse Larson, “Jungle Love”

#18 — Aliyah Moulden, “Jealous”

#23 — Chris Blue, “24K Magic”

#26 — TSoul, “At This Moment”

#71 — Lilli Passero, “Unforgettable”

#90 — Vanessa Ferguson, “Doo Wop”

#100 — Mark Isaiah, “Sign of the Times”

County Singles Chart

#2 — Lauren Duski, “Tell My Why”

#3 — Brennley Brown, “Anyway”

Pop Singles Chart

#4 — Hunter Plake, “Higher Love”

#9 — Jesse Larson, “Jungle Love”

#10 — Aliyah Moulden, “Jealous”

#13 — Chris Blue, “24K Magic”

#22 — Lilli Passero, “Unforgettable”

#29 — Mark Isaiah, “Sign of the Times”

R&B Soul Singles

#1 — TSoul, “At This Moment”

#6 — Vanessa Ferguson, “Doo Wop”

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2 Comments

  1. BLANCA May 10, 2017 at 12:14 am -  Reply

    LILLI PASSERO WAD THE BEST SINGER

  2. BLANCA May 10, 2017 at 12:16 am -  Reply

    LILLI PASSERO WAS THE BEST .

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