After Monday’s episode, songs from all eight advancing artists were available for download, but only Hunter Plake’s version of “I Want to Know What Love Is” cracked the Top 200 overall singles chart on iTunes.
After Tuesday’s episode, only four songs were available for download. But both Brennley and TSoul cracked that chart.
As of noon, Brennley was sitting at number 65 with her splendid version of “Up to the Mountain.” She also cracked the chart following her performance of “Better Man” with Lauren Duski in the battle round.
TSoul checked in at number 163 on the overall chart with his cover of “These Arms Are Mine” by Otis Redding. He also cracked the Top 10 on the R&B singles chart.
That’s his best chart performance to date.
Both singers advanced to the live playoffs, of course — TSoul on Team Blake Shelton and Brennley as a member of Team Gwen Stefani.
Here’s where the songs were sitting on iTunes genre charts as of noon Wednesday.
Noon is when voting typically ends following a live performance show on The Voice.
Country singles chart
Recap of Tuesday’s show with videos of all the performances
Best charting battle round songs on The Voice
Best charting blind audition songs on The Voice
Chart performances from Monday night’s episode
#22 — Brennley Brown, “Up to the Mountain”
Pop singles chart
did not chart — Anatalia Villanranda, “Two Black Cadillacs”
did not chart — Aaliyah Rose, “Like I’m Gonna Lose You”
R&B / Soul singles chart
#9 — TSoul, “These Arms of Mine”