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Four singers from The Voice crack iTunes Top 200 charts


Taylor Alexander performs during the blind auditions on Season 12 of The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Taylor Alexander performs during the blind auditions on Season 12 of The Voice. (NBC Photo)

As of 8 a.m. this morning, four singers from Monday’s episode of The Voice had cracked the Top 200 on iTunes genre charts.

Troy Ramey, who turned four chairs with his audition, was leading the way at number 26 on the iTunes rock chart with “Wild World.”

Kawan DeBose and Taylor Alexander each cracked the Top 50, on the R&B / soul and country charts, respectively.

And the night’s other four-chair turn recipient, Josh West, was in the Top 100 on the alternative chart.

No one had hit the Top 200 overall singles chart as of 8 a.m.

In fact, after four blind auditions episodes, only one Season 12 cast member — Lauren Duski — has accomplished that feat.

Five of the songs from Monday’s show were classified as pop singles, and none had made the Top 200 as of 8 a.m.

But as I always note, comparing rankings from one chart to another is impossible.

The pop and country charts are always much more difficult to scale, for instance, than the rock and the R&B charts.

Here’s exactly where the songs stood as of 8 a.m.

Alternative singles chart

86 — Josh West, “Ordinary World”

Country singles chart

42 — Taylor Alexander, “Believe”

R&B / Soul singles chart

35 — Kawan DeBose, “Let’s Get It On”

Rock singles chart

26 — Troy Ramey, “Wild World”

Pop singles chart

The following songs had not cracked the Top 200 as of 8 a.m.

Aaliyah Rose, “Rise Up”

Gaby Borromeo, “Happy”

Jack Cassidy, “One of Us”

Micah Tryba, “I’m Every Woman”

Missy Robertson, “Scars to Your Beautiful”

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