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Chloe Kohanski topped iTunes for The Voice during knockouts

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Chloe Kohanski had every right to be happy after her knockout round chart performance on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Chloe Kohanski had every right to be happy after her knockout round chart performance on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

How much did fans enjoy Chloe Kohanski’s cover of “Landslide” on The Voice?

Nearly two weeks after her knockout round match aired, her version of the Fleetwood Mac hit was still in the Top 25 on the iTunes rock chart.

Chloe, now a member of Team Blake, scored the biggest hit so far in Season 13 on iTunes, hitting number 14 on the overall iTunes singles chart and number one on the rock chart.

To put that in perspective, no blind audition song from Season 13 ranked higher than 115 on the iTunes singles chart (Ashland Craft with “You Are My Sunshine”).

And no song from the battle round ranked higher than 37 on that chart (Addison Agen and Karli Webster with “Girls Just Want to Have Fun”).

Chloe outperformed both by a wide margin. But she wasn’t the only singer among the talented Season 13 cast to enjoy iTunes success in the knockout round.

Addison Agen and Noah Mac also cracked the Top 100 on the iTunes singles chart and 10 other artists made it into the Top 200.

All of those artists will be competing for a spot in the Season 13 finals when the playoffs air this Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Unfortunately, the show was pre-taped. In other words, the coaches made their selections before they had any idea how well members of the Season 13 cast were doing on the charts. Or how well they were being received by the public.

Here’s the complete list of how songs available on iTunes during the knockout round performed on the charts. All rankings were taken at noon the day after the performance aired because that’s when voting typically ends following a live episode of The Voice. Some songs might have eventually climbed higher (I spotted Chloe’s “Landslide” at number 11 at one point, for instance.)

Also, don’t try comparing rankings between genre charts. The pop and country charts are much more competitive than the others.

Overall singles chart

#14 — Chloe Kohanski, “Landslide”

#37 — Addison Agen, “Beneath Your Beautiful”

#53 — Noah Mac, “Hold Back the River”

#103 — Red Marlow, “Outskirts of Heaven”

#111 — Emily Luther, “Glitter in the Air”

#119 — Davon Fleming, “I Can Only Imagine”

#143 — Esera Tuaolo, “Superstar”

#150 — Adam Cunningham, “Either Way”

#163 — Janice Freeman, “I’m Going Down”

#163 — Mitchell Lee, “I’ll Be”

#175 — Chris Weaver, “I Put a Spell on You”

#178 — Keisha Renee, “I Hope You Dance”

#193 — Ashland Craft, “Wanted Dead of Alive”

Alternative singles chart

#5 — Noah Mac, “Hold Back the River”

Christian / gospel singles chart

#2 — Davon Fleming, “I Can Only Imagine”

Country singles chart

#29 — Red Marlow, “Outskirts of Heaven”

#35 —- Ashland Craft, “Wanted Dead of Alive”

#47 — Adam Cunningham, “Either Way”

#48 — Keisha Renee, “I Hope You Dance”

Pop singles chart

#15 — Addison Agen, “Beneath Your Beautiful”

#35 — Emily Luther, “Glitter in the Air”

#43 — Esera Tuaolo, “Superstar”

#77 — Brooke Simpson, “Natural Woman”

#82 — Moriah Formica, “Behind Those Hazel Eyes”

#119 — Hannah Mrozak, “Love on the Brain”

did not chart — Anthony Alexander, “Mercy”

R&B / Soul single chart

#8 — Chris Weaver, “I Put a Spell on You”

#10 — Janice Freeman, “I’m Going Down”

#37 — Shi’Ann Jones, “Who’s Loving You”

#48 — Jon Mero, “Blame it on the Boogie”

Rock singles chart

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