The contestant who needed a steal to survive on Monday’s final knockout round episode of The Voice is also the artist leading all others on iTunes.
Singer-songwriter Stephanie Rice scored her biggest hit yet with her cover of “Safe and Sound,” cracking the Top 80 on iTunes overall singles chart and the Top 25 on the site’s pop chart.
That’s despite the fact that she lost her Team Gwen Stefani knockout match to Troy Ramey. No problem. Alicia Keys promptly snatched Stephanie for her team.
The only other songs to crack the Top 200 on the overall singles chart were “When You Say Nothing At All” by Lauren Duski and “If I Were Your Woman” by Vanessa Ferguson.
The means Lauren, singing for Team Blake, has now hit the overall singles chart in all three phases of the competition. It marked the best chart performance yet for Vanessa, singing for Team Alicia.
As it turns out, every song available after last night’s show cracked at least the Top 200 on a genre chart.
Meanwhile, two songs cracked the Top 10 on a genre chart — “Chandelier” by Troy Ramey on the rock chart and Vanessa’s cover on the R&B chart.
As always, I’ll note that it’s easier to scale the rock and R&B charts than the country or pop charts.
Below is a look at where all the songs landed as of noon Tuesday. Noon is when typically ends following a live show on The Voice.
Overall singles chart
#79 — Stephanie Rice, “Safe and Sound”
#134 — Lauren Duski, “When You Say Nothing At All”
#152 — Vanessa Ferguson, “If I Were Your Woman”
Country singles chart
#34 — Lauren Duski, “When You Say Nothing At All”
Pop singles chart
#21 — Stephanie Rice, “Safe and Sound”
#140 — Aliyah Moulden, “Before He Cheats”
#197 — Mark Isaiah, “Love Yourself”
R&B / Soul singles chart
#7 — Vanessa Ferguson, “If I Were Your Woman”
#14 — JChosen, “Without You”
Rock singles chart
#8 — Troy Ramey, “Chandelier”
#18 — Jesse Larson, “The Letter”