After The Voice

New singles from Xenia, Viktor Kiraly, Celeste Betton and MarissaAnn

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The new music has been coming fast and furious from former contestants of The Voice this summer.

Of course, perhaps that’s not surprising since, after 10 seasons, those former contestants now include nearly 500 artists.

Here’s a look at some of the latest singles.

Let me know what you think of the new music in the comments section below. Or simply tip me off to new music from Voice contestants that I might have missed.

Xenia — “Not a Fool”

The Top 8 finisher from Season 1 already released her EP “Artemisa” — named after her grandmother — earlier this year. Her impressive new single — “Not a Fool” — hit iTunes June 17.

You can follow Xenia through her Facebook page. On Twitter, she’s simply @xenia.

Viktor Kiraly — “Shoulda, Coulda, Woulda”

Hungarian pop star Viktor was already an experienced musician when he hit The Voice stage. He wound up finishing in the Top 24 on Season 9.

His new single, a dance tune called “Shoulda Woulda Coulda,” hit iTunes June 24 with an accompanying music video you can check out below.

Follow Viktor through his Facebook page and Twitter, where he’s @kiralyviktor.

Celeste Betton — “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)”

Celeste only made it to the battle round on The Voice, but was so impressive in her match with Mark Hood that Pharrell made her his Season 9 comeback artists.

Now the gospel singer is back with her first post-show single. You can follow Celeste through her Facebook page. On Twitter, she’s simply @celestebetton.

MarissaAnn — “Blind”

A pop/R&B singer from Long Island, N.Y., MarissaAnn was just 15 when she landed a spot on Season 3 of The Voice and advanced to the knockout round.

She’s been busy since, releasing four singles last year — “Break Free,” “Welcome to New York,” “Then One Day” and “Slow Motion.”

Now she’s back with a song called “Blind.” You’ll need to head to iTunes to listen to a snippet. Follow MarissaAnn through Facebook and Twitter, where she’s @MarissaAnnMusic.

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