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Montgomery County Native Jay Brown Releases Videos About Youth

author Jay Brown         A Montgomery County native is stirring things up with his candid look at his youth. Author Jay Brown reviews the ways that the system failed him and his sister.

“Heaven or Hell (Unleashed)” tells the true story of Marie, Brown’s sister, a young Christian girl who is kidnapped from her family, forced into foster care and then conditioned by medicine and therapy to forsake her family, her morals, her religion and eventually her God. Marie is currently mentally disabled and suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder.

“Heaven or Hell 2 (Unleashed)” tells of the true and tragic timeline of events that actually happened in Jay’s life. He was put through “The System” and forced like Marie to give up on his family, religion and beliefs but somehow manages to survive and stay sane. Jay is currently classified as disabled and needs  hemodialysis treatments three times a week to stay alive.

Jay Brown’s debut double-CD studio album “Heaven or Hell? Growing Up as a Youth in America (Part 1 & Part 2)”, along with the two Heaven or Hell videos and a poetry book, completes his “Heaven or Hell” project. In the album, Brown brings poetry to another level by adding music, beats, sound effects and soundscapes using a style that he calls “The Full View.”

Rick C. Brownlee Jr., whose stage name is Jay Brown, is a devout Christian of The Apostolic Faith, an American poet, author, songwriter and record producer. He is the founder of the record label OneWay Records, specializing in Christian music, poetry and songs.

To learn more about Jay Brown, visit his website.

Sarah Hearn
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Sarah Hearn is Editor-in-Chief of Sarah founded the site to serve as a positive platform for gospel music news, to share all of the good things happening within the Gospel and Christian music industry. In 2017, the site was named one of the Top 50 Gospel and Christian Music websites. An ordained minister of the Gospel, Sarah has done missions work in Kenya, India, Haiti, Nicaragua and other nations, as well as locally and throughout the United States.

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