The Voice iTunes Charts and Rankings for 2017 Season 13 Top 4 Finale


Who’s leading The Voice iTunes Chart? Here’s the The Voice 2017 Top 4 Finalists iTunes Rankings results for Season 13 Finale.

The remaining Top 4 artists sings for your vote on Monday’s season finale episode. Each singer performs threes songs — a solo cover song, a special duet with their coach, and an original single song.

The Voice iTunes Charts and Rankings for 2017 Season 13 Top 4 Finale

Below is the current standing of the The Voice Top 4 finalists on iTunes for their Grand Finale performances on Monday December 18, 2017.

#1 “Tennessee Rain” by Addison Agen – Original

#2 “Wish I Didn’t Love You” by Chloe Kohanski – Original

#3 “I Pray” by Red Marlow – Original

#4 “O Holy Night” by Brooke Simpson – Solo

#5 “Humble and Kind” by Addison Agen – Solo

#6 “Bette Davis Eyes” by Chloe Kohanski – Solo

#8 “What is Beautiful” by Brooke Simpson – Original

#10 “To Make You Feel my Love” by Red Marlow – Solo

#11 “Falling Slowly” by Addison Agen and Adam Levine – Duet

#13 “You Got It” by Chloe Kohanski and Blake Shelton – Duet

#19 “Wrecking Ball” by Brooke Simpson and Miley Cyrus – Duet

#30 “I’m Gonna Miss Her” by Red Marlow and Blake Shelton – Duet

Note: Rankings may change as voting progresses.

UPDATING….

See also: The Voice Top 4 Live Finale Performances December 18 Episode

The artist landed in Hot 100 Top 10 chart will have multipliers for the results – the number of their downloads will be multiplied by five.

The Voice returns tomorrow with Finale Results show. Voting results and winner will be revealed at the end of Tuesday’s episode, December 19, 2017.

Who do you think will be The Voice? Chloe Kohanski, Addison Agen, Brooke Simpson or Red Marlow? Write your prediction on the comment section down below.

Check out our The Voice Season 13 Winner prediction on this link.

The Voice is a top rating singing competition aired on NBC. The show is based on the original The Voice of Holland.

The Voice aims to find currently unsigned singing talents ages 15 or above.

The winner is determined by television viewers through public voting and will receive $1M cash prize and a record deal with Universal Music Group.


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