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Brooke Simpson jumps into the lead on iTunes for The Voice

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Brooke Simpson performs Amazing Grace on The Voice Monday night. (NBC Photo)

Brooke Simpson performs Amazing Grace on The Voice Monday night. (NBC Photo)

Just two hours after Monday’s episode of The Voice ended, three singers were already in bonus territory on iTunes.

By the time voting ended, four had accomplished that feat and three other singers were in the Top 20. You might say The Voice performers enjoyed a good night on the charts.

Brooke Simpson scored her biggest hit on the show with “Amazing Grace.” When voting ended at noon eastern time, she was leading all contestants at number two on iTunes.

Chloe Kohanski and Addison Agen — the iTunes leaders from last week — are back at it. They finished four and five on the charts, respectively. That means Addison’s been in the Top 10 every week since the finals started; she’s the only finalist who can make that claim.

In fact, every member of the Top 10 wound up in the Top 100 on iTunes and four wound up at number one on genre charts.

That includes Brooke on the Christian singles chart, Chloe on the alternative singles chart, Davon Fleming on the R&B singles chart and Red Marlow on the country singles chart.

Below is where everyone stood when voting ended.

One interesting tidbit you won’t find in the rankings below. Chloe’s number one hit from last week, her cover of “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” is still number 21 on the overall singles chart.

That’s impressive.






Overall singles chart

#2 — Brooke Simpson, “Amazing Grace”

#4 — Chloe Kohanski, “Call Me”

#9 — Addison Agen, “Lucky”

#10 — Keisha Renee, “All by Myself”

#14 — Red Marlow, “That’s What I Love About Sunday”

#16 — Adam Cunningham, “Maybe It Was Memphis”

#18 — Noah Mac, “Ordinary World”

#31 — Davon Fleming, “Hurt”

#47 — Ashland Craft, “I Hate Myself for Loving You”

#74 –Shi’Ann Jones, “Diamonds”

Alternative singles chart

#1 — Chloe Kohanski, “Call Me”

#4 — Noah Mac, “Ordinary World”

Christian / gospel singles chart

#1 — Brooke Simpson, “Amazing Grace”

Country singles chart

#1 — Red Marlow, “That’s What I Love About Sunday”

#2 — Adam Cunningham, “Maybe It Was Memphis”

Pop singles chart

#3 — Addison Agen, “Lucky”

#5 — Keisha Renee, “All by Myself”

Rock singles chart

#2 — Ashland Craft, “I Hate Myself for Loving You”

R&B / soul singles chart

#1 — Davon Fleming, “Hurt”

#3 — Shi’Ann Jones, “Diamonds”

See also
iTunes rankings from Top 11 night
iTunes rankings from Top 12 night

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