The Hip-Hop Nerd 03/31/2016: Samone Taylor


This week, as promised, I have a sit down with the beautiful Samone Taylor, former adult film actress and host of Smoke A Lot Radio. Come listen to the lady behind the looks. You might just learn something on my last show before heading home!



The chocolate 36-27-48 beauty, Samone Taylor is definitely a household name. Within the past few years she has risen her celebrity many of ways. Besides hosting clubs and exclusive red carpet events from all over the country. Samone’s sexy sultriness has also been featured in a bevy of hip hop music videos to date.

Samone has been featured in multiple urban magazines where she was the cover girl for ‘Succoso Magazine’, ‘Dulce Girls Magazine’ the lingerie edition, and also on Show Girlz Exclusive for Show Magazine. As well as featured with a four page spread inside of ‘Glamour’ magazine for their jeans issue. She also is in an undergraduate program for Psychology and plans to pursue her Master’s this year.

When it comes to social media, Samone definitely has top rank in that area. Her fans are loyal, supportive and very vocal to her presence online. She draws her fans in with certain topics she discusses, and they are always on the edge of their seats with what she is going to say next. With over 45k authentic followers on her Twitter account, and over 50k authentic followers on her Instagram account, it seems as if she has her fans in the palms of her hands. So any appearance is sure to bring those fans out just to tune in to what she has to say.

Samone Taylor is not one to pass up on. She is highly popular, risqué and racy in nature, especially on social media. She likes and promotes the finer things in life. She also hosts a radio show on called Smoke A Lot Radio, which is the lead group member B Real from Cypress Hill’s network. She brings firery flame to the platform, by interviewing celebrities such as athletes, rap artists, and actors.

“Lotus Flower Bomb” by Wale featuring Miguel
“Up Down” by T-Pain Featuring B.O.B.
“Money Make Me Come” by Rick Ross featuring EbonyLove
“I Can’t Wait” by Sleepy Brown featuring Outkast
“Break You Off” by The Roots featuring Musiq Soulchild
“Tip of My Tongue” by Jagged Edge featuring Gucci Mane and Trina
“Got Some Teeth” by Obie Trice
“Let’s Get Blown” by Snoop Dogg featuring Pharrell
“Lights Please” by J. Cole