Jon Moon – Praise Jah

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The young Berlin artist Jon Moon presents “Praise Jah”, the third single of his upcoming EP.

After the hopeful and energetic lead single “Brighter Day” and the slower, mellow tribute to Vaughn Benjamin, “Messenjah”, Jon Moon wrote this song to give thanks for all the – seemingly – little things that make life worth living. And to praise Jah in his own way: through the medium of Reggae music.

This spiritual, dubby tune, with its pushing steppas-beat was inspired by, and is dedicated to, the soundsystem movement & culture. The kick drum and the fundamental bassline will make you want to move your feet, while the lyrics and delay-filled vocals and trombone lift you up to higher spheres! “Praise Jah” released digitally by Yutman Records, October 30.

Music Videos

 8 Billion People (2018)   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYV6H_PN-eM

 Camp Reggae (2017)   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAZTIWZFefw

Sweet Song feat. Crosby (2017)   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rw4ZgDra40s

 Unification feat. Lutan Fyah (2016)   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEQSOMq-APY

Jon Moon – Weblinks

 Website   https://www.jonmoonmusic.com

 Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/jonmoonmusic

Instagram   https://www.instagram.com/jon.moon.music/

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