Nimon-Toki Lala is a Togolese soukous singer (born 1955 in the small west African country of Togo) who has been singing professionally since 1978. She won Radio France's International prize in 1982 and produced her first full album of eleven tracks in 1999 called Consécration. Previous releases were either singles or short albums of six songs. She has collaborated with many soukous artists including Aurlus Mabélé and currently lives in Paris, France.
Links To Peel
Peel seemed to discover her work through Jimmy's International Production in 1994 through the Ça Déménage Pépito album. No tracks from her other albums were played by Peel.
- 08 April 1994: 'Non Stop' (LP: 'Ça Déménage Pépito') Jimmy's International
- 16 April 1994 (BFBS): Non Stop (album - Ça Déménage Pépito) Jimmy's Production
- 22 April 1994: Zig-Zag (LP: Ça Déménage Pépito) (Jimmy’s International)
- 23 April 1994 (BBC World Service): Non Stop (album - Ça Déménage Pépito) Jimmy's International
- 30 April 1994: Non Stop (CD - Ça Déménage Pépito) Jimmy's International
- 30 April 1994 (BFBS): Zig-Zag (album - Ça Déménage Pépito) Jimmy's Iinternational