Chayce Beckham becomes the fourth 'American Idol' winner to reach a huge milestone.  

Nearly three years after Chayce Beckham first performed his original song "23" on national television  

enchanting "American Idol" viewers on his way to winning season 19, the song has become his first number one hit on country radio  

According to Billboard, Beckham is one of only three "Idol" winners whose songs have reached the coveted spot on the Country Airplay chart  

which measures how many songs are played on the radio: original winner Kelly Clarkson, season 4's Carrie Underwood, and season 10's Scotty McCreery  

In addition, Billboard noted that Beckham is only the sixth performer in history to top the charts with a song created entirely by himself.  

Though it took 60 weeks to gather traction on radio stations, "23" — a song Beckham penned before his "Idol" journey began about his issues with alcohol  

has struck a chord with fans and won numerous awards on its path to the top.   

Looking back, Beckham has stated that he could not have done it without "Idol."  

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