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Alabama gospel Christian Hip Hop artist Vy Moon is back with a new single "Down 4 U" which he released in April 2022. Vy Moon resides in Montgomery, AL with his wife, Brittany, and their four children. Vy has a vast collection of music and is working on a new album slated to be released later in 2022. 

‍He spent time working as production manager and assistant program director in radio broadcasting at WVAS-FM in Montgomery; and worked as media manager and youth pastor in his local church Rivers Edge Church.

Vy is now committed to give life and hope by way of hip-hop music. He's performed in many cities in Alabama, Florida, Wisconsin, and Idaho; even crossing the U.S. border to Port Au Prince, Haiti.

His passion is to inspire, empower, and encourage audiences with the love of Jesus Christ through music and entertainment.

Vy Moon has released a new single in April 2022 "Down 4 U" which was inspired by people. People who are hurting, but overcoming; who are stumbling, yet persevering; people who are crying, yet smiling despite their obstacles. While wrestling with his own challenges Vy understands that he is not alone. Things are dark. Moon's hope in this song was to point people to what he believes is a never-ending source of Light. Vy says "That light is found in Jesus Christ, and by receiving that Light we'll discover that the very Light of Christ dwells in us. We are not alone in our troubles. He's with us, and because of that I can confidently say "I'm with you" because in Christ we are all one. Therefore, I'm "Down 4 U"

Vy Moon Music is signed by He Did It, LLC, the inspirational record label and production company founded by Vydreon Moon in partnership with his wife, Brittany Moon, and support from family members & friends.

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