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Jordan Smith Leads ‘The Voice’ iTunes Rankings at No. 3

The Voice 9 Live Playoffs premiered last night, and Team Adam’s Jordan Smith is already a big frontrunner, dominating the iTunes Top 100 singles chart among Voice competitors.

As of press time, Jordan’s spectacular performance of “Halo” by Beyonce” is currently sitting pretty at No. 3 on the overall singles chart, granting him a commanding lead over just about everyone else in the competition who performed on last night’s live playoffs premiere. Hell, this isn’t even his only track on the charts, as his four chair-turning Blind Audition version of “Chandelier” is also in the Top 100, along with his take on Adele’s “Set Fire to the Rain”. In short, Jordan is the clear contender to bring coach Adam Levine his third Voice title. In fact, Jordan is 23 spots ahead of his nearest competitor.

Jeffery Austin came in at No. 26 with his stunning performance of “Say You Love Me” by Jessie Ware. The Team Gwen artist has been building momentum throughout the competition, so it wouldn’t surprise me if his chart performances continued to get better as the season continues. He’s got a lot of talent, and he could be the real dark horse of this competition.

In other rankings, Team Adam’s Amy Vachal came in at No. 30 with her jazzy rendition of “The Way You Look Tonight”, while Team Gwen’s Ellie Lawrence landed at No. 47 with her take on Elle King’s “Ex’s & Oh’s”. Not too far behind was another Team Gwen artist, as Braiden Sunshine ranked at No. 61 with his version of “Eveything I Own” by Bread.

Jordan Smith Leads 'The Voice' iTunes Rankings at No. 3

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Check out the iTunes Top 100 singles rankings below (numbers are current as of press time):

3. Jordan Smith, “Halo”
26. Jeffery Austin “Say You Love Me”
30. Amy Vachal, “The Way You Look Tonight”
47. Ellie Lawrence, “Ex’s & Oh’s”
61. Braiden Sunshine, “Everything I Own”
63. Jordan Smith, “Chandelier”
76. Shelby Brown, “You’re No Good”
83. Viktor Kiraly, “All Around the World”
84. Chance Pena, “Barton Hollow”
86. Blaine Mitchell, “Never Tear Us Apart”
92. Jordan Smith, “Set Fire to the Rain”

(EDITED: I totally missed Shelby Brown in there. My bad!)

What do you think of these rankings? Sound off in the comments!

And in case you missed last night’s show, check out our full recap with videos of ALL the performances!

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