Kane Brown’s “Heaven” Jumps To #2 On iTunes Following “The Voice,” Blake, Panic! Songs Also Rise

Songs by Kane Brown, Blake Shelton and Panic! At The Disco are benefiting from exposure on “The Voice.”

Kane on The Voice | Trae Patton/NBC

Kane Brown, Blake Shelton and Panic! At The Disco each performed on Tuesday’s “The Voice” results show.

Thanks to that high-profile exposure, the songs have made big gains on the US iTunes sales chart.

Brown’s “Heaven” is up to #2 on the chart as of press time at 9:10AM ET. The song was just outside the Top 15 when Brown took the stage.

Shelton’s “I Lived It,” which was outside the Top 50 when “The Voice” went live, is now #9 on the chart.

Panic!’s “Say Amen (Saturday Night),” which was also outside the Top 50, is up to #23.

Written by Brian Cantor

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