Monty B. Sharpton’s clean, yet fresh, humor has earned him features on BET shows Comic View, Murder She Wrote, and the award winning show Celebration of Gospel, which also featured such artists as Kirk Franklin, Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin, Shirley Caesar, Andre Crouch, Mary Mary, Steve Harvey and Destiny’s Child. Sharpton also showcased on Martin Lawrence Presents: First Amendment on the Starz Network, as well as the Showtime short movie Circle of Pain. The comedy sensation has recently taped the pilot War on Comedy for the producers of HBO’s Taxicab Confessions. It is easy to see that Sharpton is no stranger to the limelight and has made it on his own terms. He now turns to the music world with his wacky and truly funny song “Pay Me.”
“Pay Me” is a clever commentary on how lending your friends money always ends up to be a terrible idea. For one, they never pay you back! Secondly, you’ve got your own people to pay, so the endless chain of unpaid payments continues into hilarious infinity in this cheerful video. The clip finds Monty in an array of creative and flashy outfits, while surrounded by an equally zany group of characters – a wacky piano player, a mean diva, pretty girls, Monty’s mother, money hungry children, and, of course, that darn friend that never pays you back! Throughout the entire clip, Monty restlessly chases down his broke companion in hopes of extracting the owed cash, while the other gets away in humorous fashion. full bio HERE!
Check out his video for “Pay Me” below!