The Voice’s Jake Hoot, Katie Kadan Enter Top 10 On US iTunes Sales Chart

Songs from Monday’s “The Voice” are faring well on the US iTunes sales chart.

THE VOICE - Pictured: Jake Hoot -- (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)

In a testament to their resonance with fans, several performances from Monday’s “The Voice” are faring well on the US iTunes sales chart.

Jake Hoot’s “That Ain’t My Truck” is leading the way as of press time at 1:30AM ET Tuesday. The recording currently occupies the #5 position.

Katie Kadan’s “Rolling In The Deep” most closely follows at #9.

Other high-ranking songs include Ricky Duran’s “Born Under a Bad Sign” (#15), Rose Short’s “God’s Country” (#19), Will Breman’s “My Body” (#31) and Kat Hammock’s “You’re Still The One” (#35).

iTunes downloads no longer count as votes, but as evidenced by the aforementioned success, fans are not letting that reality prevent them from making purchases.

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