Young Berliner Jon Moon (born Jon Nymoen) was born, as it were, for a musical career. Already at the tender age of five, Jon learned to play the piano, but a few years later switched to the drums. Meanwhile, Moon earned a degree in music production, and thanks to a long stay in South Africa developed a passion for reggae and Rastafari. In 2016, there was already debut single 'Unification', a duet with Lutan Fyah, which is now also featured on Moon's long player debut 'Trust'. For this album, produced by German producer Ganjaman, Jon collaborated with a number of members of Gentleman's Evolution Band. Apart from Lutan Fyah, the predominantly English sung album (just for 'Nicht In Bester Lage', also the only ska track on 'Trust', Moon switches to his native German), Ghanaian Commander Messiah (dubby lovers tune 'Sun Shines Brighter'), the aforementioned Ganjaman ('Nicht In Bester Lage') and South African Crosby ('Sweet Song') also made vocal contributions. In 'Rasta Is' Jon nicely summarizes what being Rastafarian means to him, and other recommendations from the track list are the dancehall-flavoured 'Hypocrites' (amateurs of the genre can also check 'Dancehalltrack'), the rootsy 'Camp Reggae' and 'We Are One'. Excellent calling card from a budding German reggae talent.