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Brooke Simpson leads way on iTunes for The Voice


Brooke Simpson listens to the coaches' feedback on Season 13 of The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Brooke Simpson listens to the coaches’ feedback on Season 13 of The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Only one song from Monday’s Season 13 premiere of The Voice cracked the Top 200 on the iTunes singles chart Tuesday.

That song was Brooke Simpson’s cover of “Stone Cold.”

Brooke turned four chairs during Monday night’s opening episode of Season 13 and opted to join Team Miley Cyrus.

While she was the only contestant to crack the Top 200, seven of the nine singers earning spots on the show made their way onto iTunes genre charts.

Everyone’s rankings as of noon eastern time is listed below. That’s when voting typically ends when live shows begin on The Voice.

And, remember, it’s impossible to compare one genre chart to another. It’s much more difficult to scale the pop chart,
for instance, than the R&B or rock charts.

Overall singles chart:

#148 — Brooke Simpson: “Stone Cold”

Alternative singles chart:

#42 — Dave Crosby, “I Will Follow You Into the Dark”

Pop singles chart:

#45 — Brooke Simpson: “Stone Cold”

#190 — Esera Tuaolo, “Rise Up”

did not chart — Brandon Showell: “There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me”

did not chart — Janice Freeman, “Radioactive”

R&B Soul singles chart:

#27 — Chris Weaver, “Try a Little Tenderness”

#51 — Lucas Holliday, “This Woman’s Work”

Rock singles chart:

#127 — Mitchell Lee, “Hold My Hand”

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  1. shelba anstead December 4, 2017 at 11:51 pm -  Reply

    I would like to buy Brooke Simpson praying and Amazing grace help please.

    • Mark Franklin December 5, 2017 at 1:15 am -  Reply

      You need to go to iTunes to do that.

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