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Danielle Bradbery “Born to Fly” Up iTunes Top 10; “The Voice” Sales Updates

Midnight passed with Team Blake member Danielle Bradbery leading the charge on iTunes, but all three are making an impact in the season’s final voting period.

Update: At the 10AM close of the weekly voting, the final iTunes rankings were as follows:

2 – Danielle Bradbery – Born to Fly
3 – Michelle Chamuel – Why
4 – The Swon Brothers – Danny’s Song
7 – The Swon Brothers – I Can’t Tell You Why
8 – Michelle Chamuel (w/ Usher) – One
9 – Danielle Bradbery – Maybe It Was Memphis
11 – Danielle Bradbery (w/ Blake Shelton) – Timber, I’m Falling In Love
25 – Michelle Chamuel – I Knew You Were Trouble
37 – The Swon Brothers (w/ Blake Shelton – Celebrity

As of 2AM, Bradbery’s show-closing “Born to Fly” ranked fourth on the overall iTunes singles chart, behind only “Blurred Lines,” “Radioactive” and “Get Lucky.” But The Swon Brothers were not remotely far behind; their “Danny’s Song,” a reprise of last week’s game-changing performance, was sitting in fifth. Team Usher member Michelle Chamuel’s new solo “Why” was in sixth.

Like The Swons, Bradbery’s “defining moment” single is also in the top 10. As of press time, her “Maybe it Was Memphis” ranked eighth on the iTunes chart.

Insofar as many fans have already purchased contestant versions of “Danny’s Song,” “Maybe it was Memphis” and Michelle Chamuel’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” (33), it is unclear how much momentum they will have going into the voting cut-off at 10AM. But for now, it is clear fans were more interested in revisiting the top Team Blake moments than Chamuel’s acclaimed take on Taylor Swift.

The Swon Brothers’ fresh rendition of “I Can’t Tell You Why” sits just outside of the top 10 at number twelve, besting Michelle Chamuel and Usher’s duet “One” by one place. “Timber, I’m Falling in Love,” Bradbery’s duet with coach Blake Shelton, currently sits at number eighteen, which maintains a significant advantage over “Celebrity,” Shelton’s duet with The Swons. That stab at the comedic Brad Paisley tune is way back at 47.

Written by Brian Cantor

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