3 singers on The Voice crack iTunes’ top 10
Cassadee Pope did it again.
No, Cassadee was not number one again on the iTunes singles chart.
But her Monday night performance was the most downloaded among the remaining artists on The Voice for the second straight week.
The only song ahead of it: “Home” by Phillip Phillips at number one.
All in all, the performances from The Voice seemed to be gaining in popularity.
Today, all eight performances from last night are ranked among the top 60.
And it appears Melanie Martinez and Nicholas David might also qualify for those “bonus points” that could help keep them in the competition.
The Voice rewards contestants who crack the Top 10 on iTunes by multiplying their downloads by 10 when totaling votes.
At 10 a.m. this morning, Melanie’s “Too Close” was number four; Nicholas’ “What’s Going On” was number nine.
Where did the rest of The Top 8 land?
Here goes …
- 19: “Someone Like You,” Amanda Brown
- 22: “Over,” Terry McDermott
- 38: “Somebody to Love,” Cody Belew
- 39: “Greatest Love of All,” Trevin Hunte
- 56: “Smile,” Dez Duron
Other past performances still on or returning to the chart include:
- 65: “Seven Nation Army,” Melanie
- 75: “Lean On Me,” Nicholas
- 116: “Stars,” Amanda
- 118: “Dream On,” Amanda
- 143: “Toxic,” Melanie
- 179: “Lights,” Melanie
- 181: “Not Over You,” Cassadee
So, hey, check out Melanie. Not only did she crack the top 10 on iTunes for a second straight week, she has three previous performances in the top 200.
Pretty impressive, and a sign that she can probably enter tonight’s show knowing a Top 6 performance awaits next Monday.
Check back tonight when I’ll be live blogging reaction as The Voice reveals its latest results.
And if you missed last night’s song by song grades, head here.