The Voice Winners: The Voice, Winners of The Voice

The Voice is one of the hit reality TV Shows in America. The singing reality show has produced amazing singers as winners throughout the 10 seasons of the reality TV show and also picking up over 30 Emmy nominations.

For each season, viewers wait patiently to see who takes the crown of The Voice. The Voice has been widely successful, you might be wondering if The Voice Winners as equally successful in their post-Voice career. Here is a rundown of the past The Voice Winners, and what they’re up to now.

The Voice Winners Season 1: Javier Colon

Javier was the winner of The Voice season 1. He won the first season of the show with his smooth R&B-pop melody voice. During The Voice season 1, the finalists each recorded their own singles, and with each sale on iTunes counted as an extra vote for the singer. The Voice season 1 winner Javier’s song “Stitch by Stitch” even ended up hitting no. 17 on the Hot 100 that week, which gave The Voice a hit single.
After the show, Javier signed with Universal Republic Records, and released his debut album, Come Through For You. The album didn’t do so well, and Javier later left Universal Republic and released an independent album which he called Gravity in 2016.

Season 2: Jermaine Paul

The Voice winner for season 2 was Jermaine Paul. He was a soul singer and was also once a backup singer for Alicia Keys (who later judged on the show).

Six months after winning The Voice, Paul released a single, “I Believe in This Life.” The singer didn’t see much success either. Jermaine Paul’s debut album is still unreleased in 2016, despite winning a record deal as a part of the prize of winning the show.

Season 3: Cassadee Pope

Cassaddee saw some success after winning The Voice. She even got a top 40 hit with her debut single, “Wasting All These Tears,” which eventually went platinum. She also earned an additional four more hits on the Billboard’s Hot Country Song chart with her debut album, which a whole reached no. 9 on the Billboard 200. She went on to have her own documentary series on CMT and even win Breakthrough Video of the Year at the CMT Music Awards. These days, you can catch Pope on tour, where she’s opened for Rascal Flatts, and most recently, Tim McGraw.

Cassaddee also earned four more additional hits on the Billboard’s Hot Country Song chart with her debut album, reaching no. 9 on the Billboard 200. She also went on to have a documentary series of her own on CMT and also won the Breakthrough Video of the Year at the CMT Music Awards. Cassaddee is usually on tour these days, where she also opened for Rascal Flatts, and recently, Tim McGraw.

The Voice Season 4 Winner: Danielle Bradbery

Danielle became the youngest winners of The Voice, and also released her debut single less than a month after winning the season, at just 16 years old. Danielle signed with Taylor Swift’s Big Machine Records, and her single was also able to reach no. 58 on the Billboard Hot 100. Later on, she toured as the opening act on Brad Paisley’s summer 2013 tour and was also a finalist in another competition, Fuse’s 2013 Best New Artist. Her second album is currently being recorded, with its single “Friend Zone” having already released.

Danielle, later on, toured as the opening act on Brad Paisley’s summer 2013 tour and also became a finalist in another competition, Fuse’s 2013 Best New Artist. Bradbery’s second album is currently being recorded, with one of its single “Friend Zone” already released.

The Voice Season 5 Winner: Tessanne Chin

Tessanne became one of The Voice Winners, by winning The Voice Season 5. Her debut album Count on My Love reached no. 41 on the Billboard 200. She has also gotten the chance to perform at the White House with Aretha Franklin, Ariana Grande Patti LaBelle, and also a duet with Ne-Yo at the 2015 Daytime Emmy Awards.

Season 6: Josh Kaufman

Josh made quite an interesting choice after his success on The Voice season 6. He gave up his record deal that came with winning the singing show and went on to perform on Broadway. Josh played as Pippin in the Broadway hit with the same name and is currently working on a self-titled album.

Season 7: Craig Wayne Boyd

Craig also became of The Voice Winners season 7. His first single after winning the show rose quickly to no. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart, and he also followed that success with a 65-date national tour. Craig finally parted ways with his record labels, Universal Republic and Dot Records, and currently releases his singles independently.

Season 8: Sawyer Fredericks

Sawyer Fredericks became the youngest winner of The Voice at age 15 in the show’s history. Sawyer broke iTunes records with nine of his songs reaching the iTunes’ Top 10 Songs chart. His debut EP also reached no. 49 on the Billboard 200. Sawyer Fredericks is presently on a west coast tour.

The Voice Winner Season 9: Jordan Smith

Jordan became one of the Winners of The Voice. He also made history on The Voice as the first singer to hold the first and second spots on the Hot Christian songs charts. The Voice Winner Jordan performed “You Are So Beautiful” along with David Foster at the 42nd People’s Choice Awards, with his debut album, Something Beautiful, reaching no. 1 on the iTunes album sales list. He got engaged in early 2016.

The Voice Winner Season 10: Alisan PorterAlisan made history on The Voice by being the first The Voice contestant to win with a female coach, which gave Christina Aguilera her first win on the show. Aguilera even partnered up with the winner for one of her singles. Her debut album

Christina Aguilera also partnered up with her for one of her singles. Alisan’s debut album Everything I’ve Been Through Comes Through in My Heart is currently in progress, with no release date announced yet.Who was your favorite winner of

So guys, who was your favorite winner of The Voice?

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