The Swon Brothers, Danielle Bradbery Score “The Voice” iTunes Bonuses

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Update: Several songs made late moves, contributing to the most-”Voice” saturated iTunes top ten of the season. At the close of voting, the placement was as follows:

Danny’s Song – The Swon Brothers – 2
Who I Am – Danielle Bradbery – 4
Please Remember Me – Danielle Bradbery – 6
Turn the Page – The Swon Brothers – 8
Sad – Amber Carrington – 9

None of Michelle Chamuel’s or Sasha Allen’s performances made the bonus cut. Amber Carrington’s “Firework” also missed.

Initially thought to be extreme underdogs heading into Monday’s “The Voice” semifinals, Team Blake duo The Swon Brothers are leading the iTunes charge coming out of the performance show.

With just five hours left until the close of voting, their “Danny’s Song” ranks at number five on the charts and appears locked for the multiplier bonus. Though close, their “Turn the Page,” currently sitting at number fifteen, will probably not make the cut.

Overshadowing The Swons’ first entry into the top ten is Danielle Bradbery’s latest feat. The youngest remaining “The Voice” contestant will likely receive the iTunes bonus on two songs this week; her “Who I Am” is currently sixth on the charts, while “Please Remember Me” is ninth.

Amber Carrington’s “Sad” follows at fourteenth, besting Michelle Chamuel’s “Time After Time” (19) and “Clarity” (33). “Firework,” her other performance, is unfortunately way down at #109, behind Sasha Allen’s “I Will Always Love You” (60) and “Bad Girls” (81).