Stevie McCrorie's winner's single has dropped out of the Top 40 this weekend, falling some 62 places to Number 68.
The winner of The Voice 2015 charted at Number 6 with his cover of Adam Levine's Lost Stars last week, selling over 40,000 copies.
The chart result was the most success that any winner from The Voice UK has had of the show's four series so far, with two of the previous three champions having not even made the Top 40 at all.
As winner of The Voice, Stevie has signed a record deal with Universal and hopes to create a record that both sides will be excited about.
"I'm sure if the record label and I compromise and work together we will create a great product," he said this week. "I'd love to sing my songs at festivals. That would be my dream."
And Stevie - who is already booked to play Scotland's T In The Park festival this summer - revealed aims of releasing some very different music than what we might expect.
"I would love to do something with Calvin Harris. I've done dance stuff in the past," he teased. "He's amazing it'd be good to do something different that people wouldn't expect."
You can watch the new official video for Stevie's Lost Stars here...