Unveiled to the general public on Saturday 20 November 2021, Almok‘s new hit, entitled “Nam’ablo“, is beating its record on YouTube and is loved by all. Indeed, in the song, the Togolese diva implores the Eternal One to grant her request by giving her daily bread. A strong and touching message combined in French, Fon and Minan for the beauty of the song, the excerpt of a part of the video in Fon. A hit that already accumulates 55k views on her YouTube channel with lots of comments.
The singer chose to take a break from music for almost two years, much to the dismay of her fans, while she started her own family. Her career path is admirable, as is her consistency. The only daughter of her mother, she celebrated her 10th anniversary on 13 October 2021 and became the standard bearer of her country.
The artist chose R&B as her music of expression in 2010. And as a stage name, ALMOK. She started composing and perfected her writing, the last step before facing the harsh reality of showbizz. And to find a producer, she came up against a void. She was advised to contact OMAR B, the most prominent R&B artist of the moment. She presented her project to him.
Convinced by the girl’s abilities, OMAR B gave her a chance. Two hours later, the song “Le mariage” was born. And the girl who had recently been called ALMOK, began a new adventure.
OMAR B put her in touch with TAM Akim Toutou, the general manager of the FANGA MUSIC label. The same man who manages OMAR B’s professional interests. ALMOK thus joined the FANGA MUSIC stable. In March 2011, the single “Le Mariage” is launched, Togo discovers a new R&B voice and in July of the same year the video clip of the song is on TV. ALMOK embarks on an adventure that she sees as promising.
Solicited for multiple scenes, she ends the year with two nominations at the Togo hip hop awards 2011, and leaves with the trophy of the revelation of the year. A second single was released in 2012, “C ma prière“, and shows a deep inspiration, coming from an artist who aims for the top. This is only the 2nd single from a 13 track album that lands.