The Voice: All Winner Ranked

As we eagerly await the upcoming season 23 of The Voice, let’s take a moment to reflect on past winners who have graced the stage. Over the years, we have seen numerous talented singers come and go, but some have managed to stand out and make a lasting impact. With a total of 22 seasons already aired, it’s time to rank all the previous winners of The Voice, from the very first to the most recent.

Season 3 – Cassadee Pope

Cassadee Pope was the first woman to win “The Voice” and took home the title in 2012. Prior to her win, Pope was the lead vocalist of the band Hey Monday. After the show, she released her debut solo album, “Frame by Frame,” which peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard 200 chart. Her debut single, “Wasting All These Tears,” became a certified Platinum hit in the US. She has since released two more studio albums and collaborated with notable country music artists such as Chris Young and Dierks Bentley.

Season 4 – Danielle Bradbery

Danielle Bradbery won “The Voice” in 2013, becoming one of the youngest contestants to ever win the competition at 16 years old. After the show, she signed with Big Machine Records and released her self-titled debut album, which reached No. 5 on the US Country chart. Her hit single “The Heart of Dixie” peaked at No. 16 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Bradbery has since released two more albums and toured with country music superstars such as Blake Shelton and Brad Paisley.

Season 9 – Jordan Smith

Jordan Smith won “The Voice” in 2015 and is known for his powerful vocal range. After the show, he signed with Republic Records and released his debut album, “Something Beautiful,” which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. His rendition of “Mary, Did You Know?” became a viral hit, reaching No. 1 on the US Christian chart. Smith has since released two more albums and performed at notable events such as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony.

Season 14 – Brynn Cartelli

Brynn Cartelli was the youngest contestant to ever win “The Voice” at 15 years old in 2018. After the show, she signed with Atlantic Records and released her debut single, “Walk My Way.” She has since released several more singles, including “Last Night’s Mascara” and “Long Way Home.” Cartelli has also performed on various TV shows and toured with Kelly Clarkson.

Season 8 – Sawyer Fredericks

Sawyer Fredericks won “The Voice” in 2015 and is known for his unique folk sound. After the show, he signed with Republic Records and released his debut album, “A Good Storm,” which peaked at No. 2 on the US Folk chart. He has since released two more albums and toured extensively, performing at notable venues such as Carnegie Hall and the Sundance Film Festival.

Season 15 – Chevel Shepherd

Chevel Shepherd won “The Voice” in 2018 at just 16 years old. After the show, she signed with Republic Records and released her debut single, “Broken Hearts.” She has since released several more singles and performed at various events and venues such as the National Finals Rodeo and the Grand Ole Opry. “Wildfire” is one of the movies she appeared in.

Season 5 – Tessanne Chin

Tessanne Chin won “The Voice” in 2013 and is known for her soulful voice. After the show, she signed with Universal Republic Records and released her debut album, “Count on My Love.” Her single “Everything Reminds Me of You” reached No. 3 on the US Billboard Adult R&B chart. Chin has also performed at notable events such as the White House Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony and the Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival.

Season 10 – Alisan Porter

Alisan Porter won season 10 of The Voice in 2016 as a member of Team Christina. Prior to the show, she was best known for her role in the movie “Curly Sue.” After her win, she released her debut single “Down That Road,” which peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. She also released her album “I Come in Pieces.”

Season 11 – Sundance Head

Sundance Head won season 11 of The Voice in 2016 as a member of Team Blake. He was already a seasoned musician before the show, having released several albums and toured with his band. Following his win, he released his single “Darlin’ Don’t Go,” which peaked at number 4 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

Season 13 – Chloe Kohanski

Chloe Kohanski won season 13 of The Voice in 2017 as a member of Team Blake. Following her win, she released her debut single “Wish I Didn’t Love You,” which peaked at number 22 on the Billboard Adult Alternative Songs chart. She later released her debut album “Fantastical Machine.”

Season 12 – Chris Blue

Chris Blue won season 12 of The Voice in 2017 as a member of Team Alicia. Following his win, he released his debut single “Blue Blood Blues,” which peaked at number 37 on the Billboard Adult R&B chart. He also released his self-titled debut album.

Season 17 – Jake Hoot

Jake Hoot won season 17 of The Voice in 2019 as a member of Team Kelly. Following his win, he released his debut single “Better Off Without You,” which peaked at number 26 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. He also released two EP.

Season 7 – Craig Wayne Boyd

Craig Wayne Boyd won season 7 of The Voice in 2014. He was a country singer from Texas with a powerful voice and a knack for storytelling. Boyd’s performances on the show were consistently strong, and he ultimately emerged as the winner after a closely contested finale. Since winning The Voice, Boyd has released several albums and toured extensively. He has also been praised for his work as a mentor to aspiring musicians.

Popular songs: My Baby’s Got a Smile on Her Face, I’m Still Here, The Old Rugged Cross, Take It Easy

Season 19 – Carter Rubin

Carter Rubin won season 19 of The Voice in 2020. He was only 15 years old at the time, making him the youngest winner in the show’s history. Rubin’s performances on the show were widely praised for their emotional depth and technical skill, and he ultimately emerged as the clear winner of the season. Since winning The Voice, Rubin has continued to perform and record music. He has also been praised for his work as an advocate for mental health awareness.

Popular songs: You Say, The Climb, Up From Here, Before You Go

Season 18 – Todd Tilghman

Todd Tilghman won season 18 of The Voice in 2020. He was a pastor from Mississippi with a powerful voice and a talent for connecting with audiences. Tilghman’s performances on the show were consistently strong, and he ultimately emerged as the winner after a closely contested finale. Since winning The Voice, Tilghman has released several albums and toured extensively. He has also been praised for his work as a mentor to aspiring musicians.

Popular songs: Long Way Home, I Can Only Imagine, Love, Me, Broken Things

Season 16 – Maelyn Jarmon

Maelyn Jarmon won season 16 of The Voice in 2019. She was a classically trained singer from Texas with a powerful voice and a unique sense of style. Jarmon’s performances on the show were widely praised for their emotional depth and technical skill, and she ultimately emerged as the clear winner of the season. 

Popular songs: Stay, Fields of Gold, Hallelujah, The Scientist

Overall, “The Voice” has had a good track record of producing winners who go on to have successful music careers. However, success in the music industry can be difficult to predict, and not all winners achieve the same level of success.

Conclusion

As we wrap up this ranking of The Voice winners, it’s clear that every season has brought us incredibly talented singers who have left a lasting impression on the show’s legacy. From the very first winner to the most recent, we’ve seen artists go on to achieve great success and impact the music industry in significant ways. As we eagerly await the upcoming season 23, we can only hope to see more talented artists emerge and continue to elevate the show’s standard.

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