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A "LONESOME" #1 FROM VOICE  FAVORITE

Music from The Voice has been dominating the iTunes leaderboard of late, with as many as seven out of the Top 10 tracks coming from show contestants (via Republic). But nothing knocked Justin Timberlake's monster "Can't Stop the Feeling" out of the #1 spot—until now. What's more, show favorite Adam Wakefield (Team Blake) has done it with an original song.

"Lonesome, Broken and Blue," seen below as a concept video, leads the pack, but his fellow finalists, Hannah Houston, Alisan Porter and Laith Al-Saadi (all of whom graced last night's performance finale) have also been selling briskly. 

Will any of these artists remain in the limelight for long after the finale, or will we see them fade quickly, as has been the pattern? Thus far The Voice has yet to turn a contestant into a star. Will any of these contenders buck the trend?

 

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