RaeLynn, a second-season contestant on NBC's The Voice, returned to the show Dec. 2 and performed her current single, "God Made Girls." The visit proved valuable, as "Girls" flies 17-7 on Hot Country Songs, adding Digital Gainer applause, as the track vaults 12-1 on Country Digital Songs (34,000 downloads sold, up 116 percent, according to Nielsen Music). The track has sold 250,000 total downloads through the week ending Dec. 7.
The Texas native (real name Racheal Lynn Woodward) scored her first Billboard top 10 when "Boyfriend" debuted and peaked at No. 10 on Country Digital Songs after she performed the song on the third-season Voice semifinals in December 2012. Streaming also spikes for "Girls," which reaches a new peak on Country Streaming Songs (20-13), with 834,000 U.S. streams, a 19 percent gain. The song bullets to No. 21 in its 23rd week on the Country Airplay tally, where it peaked at No. 20 on Nov. 15.