Those accomplishing the feat include TSoul, RJ Collins, Sammie Zonana and Valerie Ponzio, who also earned the night’s only four-chair turn.
TSoul, the 29-year-old from Richmond who shocked the coaching panel by opting to join Team Blake, has the highest ranking song.
His cover of Al Green’s “Take Me to the River” was at 79 on the R&B / soul chart at 8 a.m.
But I’ve written it before and I’ll write it again: Climbing the iTunes R&B and rock charts is usually much easier than climbing the country or pop chart.
In fact, Sammie Zonana became the first singer from The Voice to crack the Top 200 on the iTunes pop chart since Lilli Passero back in the second audition episode.
Mark Isaiah is the other pop artist to crack the Top 200 on the pop chart by 8 a.m. the day after his audition aired.
None of the 11 songs available from Monday’s show cracked the Top 200 on the overall singles chart. That means Lauren Duski of Team Blake is still the only singer to do that in Season 12.
Here’s where all the songs stood on iTunes at 8 a.m.
Country singles chart
111 — Valerie Ponzio, “Ring of Fire”
Pop singles chart
159 — Sammie Zonana, “Dangerous Woman”
R&B/Soul singles chart
79 — TSoul, “Take Me To the River”
172 — RJ Collins, “Purpose”
Had not charted as of 8 a.m.
Andrea Thomas, “Baby, Now that I’ve Found You” on country singles chart
Davina Leone, “Cheap Thrills” on the pop singles chart
Enid Ortiz, “All I Ask” on the pop singles chart
Hanna Eyre, “Blank Space” on the pop singles chart
Hunter Plake, “Carry On” on the pop singles chart
Kenny P., “Hello It’s Me” on rock singles chart
Nala Price, “Send My Love” on the pop singles chart