Mr Zip tells The Base Sessions its time to send him to number one

"Anyone seen my phone, or keys?" - Mr Zip is also looking for chart success

First published in Base Sessions

BRITAIN'S Got Talent's Mr Zip is a rapper who has the nation looking for its lost property.

The plasterer turned performer's catchy tune - Where Me Keys, Where Me Phone? - was tipped for number one on the show by judge Amanda Holden.

The Base Sessions team caught up with Mr Zip at the Upton Music Festival where he amazed the crown with a high-energy 20-minute live version of the track.

A Britain's Got Talent clip of Mr Zip performing his song, which he says is about something everyone, even Prince Charles, can relate to, has been watched by millions on the internet.

The Manchester lad, whose real name is Zipparah Tafari, is now urging those fans to make Amanda's prediction come true by downloading the song after its release at the end of August.

The Base Sessions is recorded and produced by Base Studios in Stourbridge.

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