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Hunter Plake, Brennley Brown score iTunes hits


Hunter Plake performs Tuesday night on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Hunter Plake performs Tuesday night on The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Hunter Plake of Team Gwen Stefani scored the biggest hit on iTunes during the battle and knockout rounds of The Voice.

And he was back in a familiar position following Tuesday’s live playoff performances, leading everyone else who performed Tuesday on iTunes.

As of noon eastern time, Hunter’s reworking of Sia’s “Elastic Heart” had cracked the Top 50 on iTunes overall singles chart and the Top 20 on the pop singles chart.

And that means Hunter once again topped all Voice contestants on the iTunes overall singles chart.

Lauren Duski had the biggest hit from night one of the live playoffs, landing at #58 on iTunes with “Someone Else’s Star.”

Noon is when voting typically ends following a live performance show on The Voice. The exception was the playoffs, when the show used live voting.

As for iTunes, every song performed Tuesday cracked the Top 200 on a genre chart.

Three other artists also landed in the Top 200 on iTunes overall singles chart — Brennley Brown of Team Gwen and Troy Ramey and Lilli Passero of Team Adam.

All four advanced to the finals of The Voice.

Below is a look at where all the songs stood as of noon. I need to point out again that it’s tougher to scale the pop and country charts than the rock and R&B singles charts.

Overall Singles Chart

#37 — Hunter Plake, “Elastic Heart”

#114 — Brennley Brown, “Fly”

#173 — Lilli Passero, “It’s Too Late”

#179 — Troy Ramey, “A Case of You”

Country Singles Chart

#26 — Brennley Brown, “Fly”

Pop Singles Chart

#13 — Hunter Plake, “Elastic Heart”

#46 — Lilli Passero, “It’s Too Late”

#51 — Jesse Larson, “Sir Duke”

#92 — Mark Isaiah, “All Time Low”

#187 — Hanna Eyre, “Skyscraper”

R&B / Soul Singles Chart

#19 — J. Chosen, “Nothing Compares 2 U”

#22 — Quizz Swanigan, “My Girl”

Rock Singles Chart

#8 — Troy Ramey, “A Case of You”

#25 — Josh West, “More Than a Feeling”

#31 — Johnny Hayes, “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg”

#34 — Johnny Gates, “Hands to Myself”

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