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Kyla Jade, Brynn Cartelli lead the way on iTunes for The Voice


Alexa Cappelli is topping the blues singles chart on iTunes for The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Alexa Cappelli is topping the blues singles chart on iTunes for The Voice. (NBC Photo)

Kyla Jade and Brynn Cartelli earned spots in The Voice Season 14 Top 12 Monday night.

They also appear to have scored the night’s biggest hits on iTunes.

By midnight eastern time, both had already cracked the Top 200 on the iTunes singles chart, though iTunes downloads don’t count as votes in this phase of the competition.

Kyla, of Team Blake Shelton, was topping the charts for The Voice with her version of “How Great Thou Art,” which had also cracked the Top 10 on the Christian / gospel singles chart.

Brynn, the youngest singer in the competition, performed “Unstoppable” for Team Kelly Clarkson and had also cracked the Top 40 on the iTunes pop singles chart.

As of 10 a.m. Tuesday, 22 of the 24 songs featured on Monday’s show were already charting.

Also with reason to celebrate, Alexa Cappelli of Team Kelly, who was number one on the blues chart with “It Hurt So Bad;” and Britton Buchanan of Team Alicia Keys, who had made the Top 10 on the rock singles chart with “Some Kind of Wonderful.”

Like Kyla and Brynn, Britton has already locked down a spot in the Top 12. Alexa will have to sing again Tuesday night in hopes of doing the same.

Here are all the rankings as of noon eastern time, which is when voting will end once the Top 12 start performing.

Keep in mind that chart to chart comparisons are difficult. The country and pop charts are much more difficult to scale than the others..

Overall singles chart

#131 — Kyla Jade (Team Blake), “How Great Thou Art”

#180 — Brynn Cartelli (Team Kelly), “Unstoppable”

#192 — Pryor Baird (Team Blake), “I Was Wrong”

Alternative Singles Chart

#21 — Reid Umstattd (Team Adam), “I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”

#31 — Jackie Foster (Team Alicia), “Never Tear Us Apart”

Blues singles chart

#1 — Alexa Cappelli (Team Kelly), “It Hurt So Bad”

Christian / gospel singles chart

#6 — Kyla Jade (Team Blake), “How Great Thou Art”

Country singles chart

#58 — Pryor Baird (Team Blake), “I Was Wrong”

#117 — Kaleb Lee (Team Kelly), “You Don’t Even Know Who I Am”

#173 — Spensha Baker (Team Blake), “I Still Believe In You”

DNC — Jackie Verna (Team Adam), “Tim McGraw”

Latino singles chart

#31 — Johnny Bliss (Team Alicia), “America, America”

Pop singles chart

#38 — Brynn Cartelli (Team Kelly), “Unstoppable”

#67 — Sharane Calister (Team Adam), “Never Enough”

#114 — Austin Giorgio (Team Blake), “Ain’t That a Kick In the Head”

#164 — Drew Cole (Team Adam), “Man in the Mirror”

#165 — Dylan Hartigan (Team Kelly), “Come Pick Me Up”

HNC — D.R. King (Team Kelly), “Home”

R&B / Soul singles chart

#15 — Christiana Danielle, “Hey, Ya!”

#38 — Terrence Cunningham (Team Alicia), “How Come U Don’t Call Me Anymore”

#49 — Kelsea Johnson (Team Alicia), “You Know I’m No Good”

#50 — Tish Haynes Keys (Team Kelly) “Nothing Left For You”

#59 — Mia Boostrom (Team Adam), “Baby, I Love You”

#104 — Gary Edwards (Team Blake), “Finesse”

#126 — Rayshun LaMarr (Team Adam), “Overjoyed”

Rock singles chart

#5 — Britton Buchanan (Team Alicia), “Some Kind of Wonderful”

#14 — Wilkes (Team Blake), “Brother”

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