Konfidence & Pride
Born, Nathaniel O'Rel Brown. Kap Rizzy was raised in a single parent household. Growing up in Tidewater Park (TWP) wasn't easy; it was regarded as one of the toughest neighborhoods in the Hampton Roads area. Kap's positive attitude amidst the crime and poverty, kept him focused. As a kid in TWP he met Purnell Salter, who would later become CEO of Collabo Records releasing two Kap Rizzy solo projects. Kap Started rapping at around 13. While in high school, he realized he had a strong passion for it! While listening to Kap's rhyme scheme the wittiness is apparent He has the to slip metaphors by you like the quickest point guard. 'I've lived every goodtime episode, getting out the hood is the Antidote/ I've seen hoop dreams go down the same lane of Earl Manigault' (TRENDSETTERS Vol. 2: The Alliance - On My G) and 'I'm not saying I'm thinking above ya, I'm the type that a think nothing of ya!' (TRENDSETTERS Vol. 1: Sky's The Limit - I'm So Hot) are two of many slick lines! There are over 25,000 CD's on the streets with Kap Rizzy recordings on them. Kap Rizzy is often commended for his efforts and hard work for collaboration features.