Prior to her performance on Tuesday’s “The Voice” broadcast, Kelsea Ballerini’s “Miss Me More” was outside the Top 50 of the all-genre US iTunes sales chart.
Following the broadcast, the song rocketed into the store’s Top 10.
“Miss Me More” sits at #10 on the all-genre chart as of press time at 12:55AM ET Wednesday. “Miss Me More” meanwhile occupies the #1 position on the country-specific chart.
“Miss Me More” follows “I Hate Love Songs” as the third official single from Ballerini’s sophomore album “Unapologetically.”
Tuesday’s performance, it should be noted, did not mark Ballerini’s first appearance on “The Voice” this season. Positioned as the season’s “fifth coach,” the country star oversaw the “Comeback Stage” portion of the competition.
Lynnea Moorer, who earned a spot in the live rounds as a result of the “Comeback Stage,” was unfortunately eliminated during Tuesday’s episode.