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Ashland Craft tops The Voice Night 2 on iTunes


Ashland Craft turned three chairs with her blind audition on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Ashland Craft turned three chairs with her blind audition on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

One singer from Tuesday’s episode of The Voice cracked the Top 200 on the iTunes singles chart, and it’s not the singer who earned the four-chair turn.

Ashland Craft earned the honors. As of noon eastern time, the 21-year-old from Piedmont, S.C., was sitting at 115 on iTunes with her cover of “You Are My Sunshine.”

It also happened to be Voice Views favorite performance of the evening.

Ashland was also sitting at number 32 on the county singles chart at noon, which is when voting typically ends following a live show on The Voice.

And, so far, she has the best performing song on the charts from Season 1.3 Brooke Simpson hit number 148 with her version of “Stone Cold” from the season 13 premiere.

Three of the five artists who earned spots on the show Tuesday charted. You can check out all the rankings below.

As always, view them with this warning: It’s impossible to compare from one genre to another. It’s much more difficult to scale the pop and country charts than the R&B chart, for example.

Overall singles chart

#115 — Ashland Craft, “You Are My Sunshine”

Country singles chart

“32 — Ashland Craft, “You Are My Sunshine”
Did not chart — Red Marlow, “Swingin'”

Alternative singles chart

#45 — Dylan Gerard, “Say You Won’t Let Go”

Pop singles chart

Did not chart — Maharasyi, “Tell Me Something Good”

R&B singles chart

#55 — Keisha Renee, “I Can’t Stop Loving You”

See also
iTunes rankings from Season 13 Night 1
Season 13 playlist including originals from Red Marlow, Maharasyi and Keisha Renee
A warning about The Voice Season 13

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