The Voice: Season 9 winner Jordan Smith releases album |


The Voice winner Jordan Smith releases album of
live performances

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The Voice season 9 crowned its winner Tuesday night, and fans of champion Jordan Smith can get a compilation of his performances from the past season on Jordan Smith: The Complete Season 9 Collection. The album became available on iTunes Tuesday and will be released in Wal-Mart stores nationwide Dec. 24.

The 11-track set includes Smith’s blind audition version of Sia’s “Chandelier,” the Kentucky native’s show-stopping cover of Beyoncé’s “Halo,” and all three songs he performed during the finals on Monday, included his duet with coach Adam Levine. Last week, Smith briefly overtook Adele on the iTunes Overall Top Songs chart with his rendition of Queen’s “Somebody To Love,” also available on the compilation album.

After Daly announced Smith’s title Tuesday night, the 22-year-old reprised Monday’s performance of “Climb every Mountain” from The Sound of Music. Smith also sang Usher’s “Without You” with the R&B star earlier in the evening.

Jordan Smith: The Complete Season 9 Collection is available now on iTunes.