Which Winners of 'The Voice' Have Found the Most Success? (PHOTOS)
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Jordan Smith (Season 9)
Smith, who broke Voice
records with his full-length debut, just released a Christmas album and is already featured in Spotify’s popular Christmas Hits and Christmas Pop playlists.
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Danielle Bradbery (Season 4)
Bradbery was nominated for a 2017 CMT Music Award for her performance of "Close" with Thomas Rhett and Nick Jonas.
Cassadee Pope (Season 3)
After restructuring her team, splitting with her record label, and ending a relationship in one year, Pope returned in 2018 with her first single in two years: "Take You Home."
Brynn Cartelli (Season 14)
Cartelli, who became the NBC show's youngest winner by claiming the trophy at age 15, just signed with Atlantic Records this month.
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Javier Colon (Season 1)
Interestingly enough, Spotify informs us that Quezon City, Philippines, is the top place where people listen to this acoustic-soul singer.
Sawyer Fredericks (Season 8)
On Spotify, Fredericks says his sophomore album, Hide Your Ghost, takes him back to his "free range folk" sound, a blend of blues, Latin, jazz, and roots rock.
Alisan Porter (Season 10)
After finding childhood fame as the star of the 1991 film Curly Sue, Porter is enjoying a helluva second act!
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Tessanne Chin (Season 5)
Chin was already a star back in Jamaica, but she was encouraged to expand her fanbase as a Voice
contestant by another Jamaican: "It Wasn't Me" singer Shaggy.
Sundance Head (Season 11)
wasn't this soulful country singer's first brush with reality TV: He previously competed on American Idol
Chloe Kohanski (Season 13)
Kohanski's following grew in October when her song "Come This Far" was used on Grey's Anatomy
— for a steamy Owen/Amelia scene, no less!
Chevel Shepherd (Season 15)
's young winner released debut single "Broke Hearts" on Spotify, among other tunes and it's clearly struck a chord with listeners.
Maelyn Jarmon (Season 16)
The first Team John winner continues to establish herself as an artist and even returned to perform in the Season 17 finale. Select songs are available on her Spotify page for listeners.
Chris Blue (Season 12)
Thanks to The Voice
, this ordained worship leader has a nationwide congregation enjoying his gospel, soul, and R&B tracks.
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Josh Kaufman (Season 6)
Fun fact: Before he landed a spot on The Voice
, this soul singer was entertaining customers at an Indianapolis-area Potbelly Sandwich Shop.
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Craig Wayne Boyd (Season 7)
Boyd finally released debut album Stuck in My Head
in 2017, more than two years after his win.
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Jermaine Paul (Season 2)
Prior to his time on The Voice
, Paul shared a Grammy nomination with Alicia Keys for their cover of Luther Vandross' "If This World Were Mine."
Jake Hoot (Season 17)
After winning Season 17, Hoot has yet to release his debut single "Better Off Without You" on Spotify, but we're sure it will pull in some big numbers once it lands there.
The Voice has a new king: Jake Hoot walked away as the winner of Season 17 on December 17.
Only time will tell whether he'll be able to channel his reality TV success into record sales. But in the meantime, check out this photo gallery to see how the other 16 winners are doing, based on their monthly listener count on Spotify.
The 16-year-old country singer opens up about her debut album and the 'Season 15 family' she created.