The Voice’s Kymberli Joye, Kennedy Holmes, Chevel Shepherd Soar On iTunes Sales Chart

“Break Every Chain,” “Greatest Love Of All,” and “Space Cowboy” are flying on iTunes.

Kymberli Joye by Tyler Golden / NBC

iTunes downloads do not count as votes in season fifteen of “The Voice,” but fans are still enthusiastically buying the recordings.

As of press time at 2AM ET Tuesday, two of Monday night’s recordings occupy Top 10 positions on the all-genre US iTunes sales chart. Several other songs appear inside the Top 40.

Kymberli Joye’s version of “Break Every Chain” currently leads the way at #9. Kennedy Holmes’ “Greatest Love Of All,” which closed Monday’s Top 11 performance show, directly follows at #10.

Chevel Shepherd’s take on “Space Cowboy” follows at #19, ahead of Chris Kroeze’s “Long Train Runnin'” at #21 and MaKenzie Thomas’ “Emotion” at #26.

Currently the #28 song, Kirk Jay’s “Body Like A Back Road” also occupies a Top 40 position.

The night’s other performances are positioned as follows:

Reagan Strange’s “Complicated” at #99, Sarah Grace’s “Dog Days Are Over” at #112, DeAndre Nico’s “Cry For You” at #150, Dave Fenley’s “Use Me” at #200, and Lynnea Moorer’s “Consequences” at #250.

Written by Brian Cantor

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