Chart-topping hip-hop star builds recording base at his home and is inviting other Bucks artists to use it
CHESHAM CHART-TOPPER MIKAR-THE-VIPAR HAS SET UP A RECORDING STUDIO IN HIS HOME... AND YOU CAN USE IT!
A BUCKS rapper has set up a recording studio in his home and is inviting other artists in the county to use it.
Chart-topping Michael Kamara, 23, known to fans as Mikar-The-Vipar, has set up a recording studio at his home in Pond Park, Chesham.
The rising star has had three consecutive charting songs and in August he became the first Bucks artist to top the iTunes world chart with his song Flashing Lights.
He recently shared the news with his fans on his personal Facebook page NiceOne BestOne Entertainment.
He wrote: “Let me first and foremost thank my wonderful, formidable supporters and wellwishers for your continuous love and support.
If you are wondering why it is taking me so long to shoot the follow-up music video, look no further.
“My boys FTFRESH and I had to dig deep £££££££££££ into our pockets.
“But I am so overjoyed that I can finally record at my flat.
“I can finally take my time on these songs without rushing or worrying about excruciating studio costs.
“If you live in Bucks and want to record some materials, holla at me for a reasonable price.”
Mikar, who attended Waterside School and Chiltern Hills Academy, told fans earlier this month that he will be travelling to Sweden to do some recordings in midDecember.
The Bucks rapper is a hip-hop/R&B/Afrobeat artist who has established an underground fanbase up and down the country and as far away as Sweden, Germany, Africa and Mongolia.
Mikar is popular among teenagers and has amassed a large following via social media.
Following his success, various music labels have approached Mikar to sign him, but he has not agreed to any yet.
People interested in using the recording studio can contact Mikar through social media at www.instagram.com/ mikartheviparnet, www. facebook .com/ mikarthevipar or at www. twitter.com/Mikarthevipar.
Hit-maker: Rapper Mikar in his home studio