The report further noted that Tessanne Chin's post-show album does not have a strong opening compared to "The Voice" Season 3 winner Cassadee Pope and Season 4 winner Danielle Bradbery who had introductory album week sales of 43,000 and 41,000 respectively.
Tessanne Chin is currently on the first nationwide tour of "The Voice" with the other contestants as they travel to different cities across America to perform with their impressive vocals. The Jamaican singer had the time to discuss her music, new album, "The Voice" tour and coach Adam Levine in the Examiner interview
When asked what was it like for her to be in the studio and making her own album, Tessanne Chin admitted that it was a wonderful process and experience because she was able to work with amazing people like Diane Warren, Toby Gad, Claude Kelly, Supa Dups, Ray Marshall and Chuck Harmony.
The music artist further revealed that she does not want her music to be just one genre and her reggae roots will always come out so the songs on her album ended up being diverse. "I hate being put in a box and I hate being told I can only do one thing. Even if I never do all reggae it has to come out in some way because that's who I am. I think a part of being successful or trying to be successful is staying true to who you are. Be genuine. And I think that's when people really connect," Chin explained.
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