TooSmooth’s Annual Bash

Come and add your touch to the 17th Annual Birthday Bash and live DVD comedy recording for Too Smooth Entertainment. Kicking off a weekend of fun, the party starts Fri., April 4 at the Mojito’s, 5303 W. Kennedy Blvd., Tampa (inside the Crown Plaza).

Doors will open at 9 p.m. to a mature sophisticated set of party goers to usher in recognition of TooSmooth’s efforts to bring upscale entertainment to the Tampa Bay area and successfully fill a niche for an appreciation of socially uplifting events that includes live performances.

TooSmooth pledges to continue to bring all aspects of talents such as gospel plays, comedy shows, concerts and youth events.

To continue the wild weekend, Comedian K-Dubb will bring his brand of stand-up comedy to close out the 17th Annual TooSmooth Birthday Bash, when he performs at the Palladium Theatre in downtown St. Petersburg Sat., April 5. Doors open at 7 p.m.

It’s the “I Can’t Stop Laughing” live DVD comedy recording, where other comedians (featured on BET) will join K-Dubb including Barbara Carlyle, Terry Harris, Dr. Foolish and T-Ray.

In a recent interview with comedian K-Dubb, he urged everyone to attend the live DVD comedy recording and refers to himself as the current King of Comedy.“I am the King of Atlanta Comedy,” said K-Dubb. “I inherited the title. Ask the people who have been identified as the king in the past and they will tell you that I am the king now.”

Ever since 2001, K-Dubb has been stacking his career by doing the Def Jam and Bad Boy of Comedy tours. Now he’s doing television! He signed with T.I.’s Hustle Game—Kelly Boy in Atlanta and he continues to run his own promotions business called Kings and Queens Production, which is based in Los Angeles.

“I’m from Memphis but I am an Atlanta comic. I started in high school and never did nothing else. I graduated from high school and went straight to Atlanta. I never deviated. I’m 30 years old now and I never listened to the naysayers. In all actuality, even if they tell you how beautiful things are, you have to see for yourself.

K-Dubb attended three different high schools and got kicked out of most of them, but the students kept laughing. That’s when he decided to make comedy for grown folks and took it to Atlanta and hasn’t looked back.

K-Dubb’s advice for the next generation? “As long as you get it done while you’re living. You sleep when you’re dead. Do what you got to do while you’re here. Keep pushing hard and praying. I don’t think I could have made it without prayer,” he said.

It’s K-Dubb’s world when he’s on stage. He feels that his awards are the television shows and tours he’s been on.

“You get these awards for your talent. I think I’ve already achieved what I wanted to achieve in this game and now I am just having fun with stand up. I need to do something. If you know of something, let me know,” he laughed.

If you don’t feel like driving across the bridge to be a part of the live recording April 4 at Mojito’s in Tampa, K-Dubb and the rest of the BET stars will be recording live again on Sat., April 5 at the Palladium Theatre right downtown St. Pete at 235 5th Ave. N.

TooSmooth Entertainment offers prayer as a business strategy and Numbers 6:24, which simply reads: “May the Lord bless you and take care of you.”

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