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Chris Blue leads the way on iTunes for The Voice


Chris Blue performs during his blind audition on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Chris Blue performs during his blind audition on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Chris Blue nailed down the final spot on Season 12 of The Voice during the blind audition episode that aired Tuesday.

Now he’s become just the second Season 12 cast member to crack the Top 200 on iTunes overall singles chart during the show’s normal voting window.

At 11:30 a.m., Chris’ cover of ““Tracks of My Tears” by Smokey Robinson was sitting at 131 on the iTunes singles chart.

And it was number seven on the site’s R&B/soul singles chart. Chris will be competing for Team Alicia Keys.

The only other Season 12 singer to crack the Top 200 by noon the day after an audition aired was Lauren Duski of Team Blake with her cover of Jewel’s “You Were Meant for Me.”

Once live shows begin on The Voice, voting ends at noon the day after performance night.

One other song from Tuesday’s episode had cracked the Top 200 on a genre chart by 11:30 a.m.

Sheena Brook was sitting at 154 on the country singles chart with her version of “Baby Girl” by Sugarland. Sheena captured the final spot on Team Adam Levine during Tuesday’s broadcast.

Keep checking back. Between now and Monday’s blind auditions, I’ll post a complete rundown of chart performances from the blind auditions.

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