Don’t Forget the Name
Kyle Alexander Noel aka Rizzy Rome was born and raised in San Fernando, south Trinidad. Upon moving to Baltimore at the age of 15 he felt that he was destined to be something in life. That’s when he gave birth to his new identity of Rizzy Rome. After graduating from Vivian T. Thomas high school, he strapped up and got ready to bring the music industry to its knees. He knew the road ahead was full of twists and turns, but he had high hopes to persevere. Day, after day, he spends countless hours in the studio, and lays his raw mind on the tracks. His strong, quirky, lyrics definitely match his colorful personality. There are many different sides to Rome.
Currently Kyle Alexander Noel aka Rizzy Rome is making progress, and putting dents in the music industry. He is expanding by not just performing in Baltimore, but in New Jersey, DC, New York, and Pennsylvania. Rizzy Rome is creating a strong foundation to succeed, so there is no way he can fail. His newest mix tape, in the works, “I am who I am”, has a powerful message, that gives his audience an inside look at what happens in the crazy mind of his. This guy is about his business, and only keeps a small circle of friends around him. He only has his mind set on becoming successful in this music industry. It’s clear that Rizzy Rome is rocketing to the top, and doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Believe me, this is a name you won’t be able to forget.
Follow him on twitter: @rudeboiRizzy booking @firstname.lastname@example.org find him on facebook @Rome Alexander
Writer: Chardae Star Evans, twitter: @Jade_Muse
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