|Real Name||Bibek Waiba Lama|
|Birth Place||Kathmandu, Nepal|
|Popular Songs||Ekali Jiuna Sakey, Lai Bari Lai, Mayalu|
|Affiliations||Voice of Nepal ( Season 1)|
|Record Label||Classic X presentation|
VEK was interested in music since his childhood. He was always complimented for his voice. When he was in grade 8, he auditioned for balkaryakam for Radio Nepal. He was selected to sing children song on Radio Nepal. He learnt to play the guitar and started to do music more often since then. He performed his first stage performance during his college days.
VOICE OF NEPAL: THE STEPPING STONE
VEK participated in Voice of Nepal. He sang Despacito in his blind round and the video went trending on Youtube. He went to the Coach Deep team and made it up to the semi-finals of the season. He was one of the popular contestants in the season. He was eliminated in week 7. But, VEK says Voice of Nepal was a kickstart for his musical career. He got to learn more about music from the show and had exposure to the music industry.
KINA: THE DEBUT
VEK was a freelancer in the industry. He used to cover the songs. But, his real music journey started when he signed with Classic X presentation as the artist. After that, he debuted in the music industry with the song Kina. The music is produced by Stonecutter. The song was appreciated by the fans of VEK and the public.
HIT SONGS AND EXPOSURE: EKLAI JIUNA SIKEY, LAI VARI LAI, SAYAD
VEK rose to fame and became the popular name in the music industry after the song release such as eklai jiuna sikey, lai vari lai, Sayad. The songs were publically acclaimed and has more than a million views on Youtube. He says Eklai jiuna sikey is his personal favourite of all time.
MAYALU: COLLABORATION WITH YABESH THAPA
VEK then collaborated with Yabesh Thapa for the new song Mayalu. The song was publically acclaimed and the song was trending on Youtube.
FACTS ABOUT VEK
- He was influenced to do music by his school and friends.
- He performed the first stage performance in college.
- He had his first recording in Radio Nepal when he was in Grade 8.
- He never had any vocal class.