Chloe Kohanski’s “Landslide,” Addison Agen’s “Beneath Your Beautiful” Soar On iTunes Following “The Voice”

Monday’s standout “The Voice” numbers are in the Top 40 on iTunes.

Chloe Kohanski | Tyler Golden/NBC

Update: Chloe Kohanski stole Monday’s edition of “The Voice” with a stunning rendition of “Landslide.”

The recording spent Tuesday soaring up the US iTunes sales chart.

By 12:50AM ET Wednesday morning, it was up to #11 on the listing.

Addison Agen’s “Beneath Your Beautiful” has also proven resonant with iTunes buyers. It is #37 on the chart as of press time.

The west coast broadcast of Monday’s “The Voice” just recently came to an end, but two recordings from the broadcast already hold prominent positions on the US iTunes sales chart.

As of press time at 1:30AM ET, Chloe Kohanski’s “Landslide” is positioned at #25 on the all-genre song sales chart.

Addison Agen’s “Beneath Your Beautiful” is #37.

The two songs are currently the only “The Voice” numbers in the store’s Top 100.

Kohanski performed “Landslide” as part of a Team Miley Knockout performance. She actually lost the round to Ashland Craft but survived thanks to a “steal” from Blake Shelton.

Agen won her Knockout against fellow Team Adam competitor Dennis Drummond.

— The Kohanski and Agen performances also ignited interest in the original versions of their respective song choices. Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” is up to #121 on iTunes (the Dixie Chicks’ cover has, meanwhile, moved into the Top 1000). Labrinth’s “Beneath Your Beautiful (featuring Emeli Sande)” is up to #214.

Written by Brian Cantor

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