The Voice Jordan Smith Somebody To Love Beats Adele in iTunes Top 1

The Voice frontrunner Jordan Smith has knockout the number one spot on iTunes Top 100 chart!


Last night, the 21-year-old singer performed his amazing version of ‘Somebody To Love by Queen,’ and soon found himself beating Adele’s ‘Hello’ from the top spot on iTunes.

Minutes after The Voice semifinal rounds ended, Jordan’s cover of Queen song went up the music chart, thus making the end of Adele’s five-week reign with her comeback single ‘Hello.’

That’s not all. Some of his songs also advanced to the top. His performance of “Hallelujah” from last week moved to No. 12, “Great Is Thy Faithfulness” went up to No. 45, “Halo” and “Chandelier” shoot to No. 63 and 66, respectively, and “Set Fire to the Rain” at No. 88.

Aside from Jordan, Team Gwen’s Jeffery Austin came in at No. 3 with his cover of Cher’s “Believe.” At No. 4 is Team Blake’s Emily Ann Roberts with her version of Dolly Parton’s “9 to 5”. Madi Davis came in at No. 5 with her unique version of “Big Girls Don’t Cry” by The Four Seasons while Amy Vachal at No.6 with Bob Dylan’s “To Make You Feel My Love”.

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