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September 29, 2018

Kane Brown sings for soldiers and their families in a tear-jerking video

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Country music singer and songwriter Kane Brown reunites military families in his brand new video.

Brown, 24, released a music video for his song "Homesick" recently that showed the bittersweet sides a military family often faces during their time serving the country.

The singer, who first came to the attention of the public through social media, has been a vocal supporter of our nation’s military.

He frequently showed his praise for servicemen and women. Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more and scroll down to watch the clip below.

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For his latest music video, Brown doubled-down on that promise with a compilation of reunion clips.

"Thank you to the California Army National Guard, those who submitted their personal videos, and all of our brave men and women in the armed forces," he wrote.

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The submitted videos include heartwarming moments and even some that have amassed media attention.

One of the videos showed a story about a basketball player from Notre Dame who was surprised on-court by his brother's return. The two was overcome with emotions as he ran across the court to embrace him.

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As the roll of film clips play at various parts of the music video, Brown can be seen in front of a helicopter.

He was surrounded by the group of California Army National Guard members and his band watching him sing this new song.

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“Homesick” is one of the first for his upcoming sophomore album "Experiment," set for release on November 9. He co-wrote the song with Matt McGinn, Taylor Phillips and Brock Berryhill.

Speaking about his forthcoming record, Brown told Taste of Country, “There are songs that are big in terms of production, and then there are traditional country songs on there so we can show we can still do that and bring those back."

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In October 2017, Brown became the first artist to have simultaneous number ones on all five main country charts.

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