Moon, born Nalani Amara Mason, is a first-generation American raised in New York. Frequenting her stomping grounds through adolescense, she paved way for a blend of DMV and NYC upbringing with her Caribbean roots ever present. Moon began performing fresh out of elementary school, starring in straight plays such as Extremeties and Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, for which she received a Cappie Award at the Kennedy Center.

Her first experience singing on-stage was in a high-school production of the Broadway musical Ragtime. Portraying the character Sarah, Moon began to realize her passion of singing for a live audience. After attending the Virginia Governor’s School for performing arts, Moon dove head first into studies at VCU’s School of the Arts before finding her niche in the healthcare field.

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