Rap star Vipar thanks fans as songs re-enter iTunes World Chart
A RISING Bucks rap star is grateful to his fans after both his songs placed in a prestigious chart last week.
Michael Kamara, 23, from Pond Park, Chesham, known as Mikar-The-Vipar, is delighted after both his songs entered the iTunes World Chart and remained in the Top 200 for the whole week.
The star’s debut single Gimmie Love was released last summer and peaked at number 11 and his follow-up single Break of Dawn, which is not out until July and can only be pre-ordered, peaked in the top 20.
However, both songs re-entered the chart last week with Gimmie Love peaking at 59 and Break of Dawn peaking at 119.
Michael, who attended Waterside School, in Blackhorse Avenue, and Chiltern Hills Academy, in Chartridge Lane, Chesham, posted to his fans on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook saying: “Truuuuuuuu. This is amazing two tracks fluctuating on the iTunesWorldChart. Thanks guys, let’s keep pushing.”
Michael is flying to Stockholm, Sweden, next month to join rap friends G-Force and Freezin’ Point for their upcoming show on February 27.