DJ K-Sly (Kathleen Marie Taylor) is recognized for her work as an american radio personality and TV host. She gained popularity in Los Angeles at KKBT-FM (100.3). Prior to The Beat, K-Sly was a mainstay on Atlanta's WHTA-FM (107.9, formerly 97.5) with multi-platinum recording artist, Ludacris. K-Sly got her start at Kansas State University's DB92 (91.9), where she attended college.
She has been featured as a guest deejay on On-Air with Ryan Seacrest, and has made appearances on BET, MTV and many other television stations. K-Sly also served as the resident deejay/announcer on the international tv show Dance 360 from 2004-2006. She was also the deejay/announcer for Steve Harvey's Big Time.
Currently, she has a new remix album out with the producers The Drop Squad featuring the music of the group Outcast. She frequently deejays for different events across the country.