I learned that the Russian language has a number of words with the suffix -он: музон, закидон, выпивон, закусон, расслабон, etc. This suffix is indeed not a part of the root, as can be seen from words музыка, закидывать, выпивать, закусывать, расслабляться. Another example of usage of that suffix is Черкизон, the unofficial name of Moscow market Черкизово.
The common pattern seems to be that the words with that suffix are modern slang, and I got curious as to where that suffix stems from.
I asked one Russian on the Internet about that, and his response was very succinct: "Албанский учи." ("Learn Albanian.")
I thought it was a joke, but decided to check that lead and instantly found nice Albanian pop song Hipnotizon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1i1xcb7S0U
Did the suffix -он indeed come from Albanian? If so, how did it happen? I am so much surprised because Albania is a tiny state located pretty far from Russia. Or where did this suffix come from?