Devi on The Talent Report Podcast

This month my dear friend and radio industry veteran Darnella Dunham asked me to sit down for an interview with her about my transition out of radio and my new podcast, Dropping Gems. Check it out below!

Devi Dev ascended quickly in radio with gigs in Los Angeles, Houston and New York City. But even though she appeared to have it all, she realized that she needed more.

It’s been a few years since Devi, now known as Devi Brown, resigned from her midday shift on KQBT (93.7 The Beat)/Houston. During her time off the air, she launched the Karma Bliss brand; wrote “Crystal Bliss: Attract Love. Feed Your Spirit. Manifest Your Dreams, The Modern New Age Guide to Crystals;” hosted countless events; spoken at conferences and become a mother.

Devi is ready to be heard again, and this month she premiered her “Dropping Gems” podcast. Instead of just using her relationships to interview cool people. Devi shows a different side of her guests by talking to them about personal growth, while dropping gems that make the conversations as informative as they are entertaining.

The Talent Report talked to Devi Brown about her new podcast, her evolution, going viral and answered an offensive question directly. Plus, she spoke about the time she realized how profound her connection had become with her radio listeners, and her thoughts about returning to radio.

Devi Brown

Devi Brown (formerly Devi Dev) is a music industry influencer with a mission. Whether on radio, television or podcasts, Devi connects with listeners through stories of struggle and success, and inspires them by sharing her passion for mindfulness and fulfillment. She has hosted shows on iHeartMedia, MTV and Sirius XM, and been a feature on several major media outlets. Off the air, she is the founder of ‘Karma Bliss’, a company dedicated to helping those seeking a deeper connection with themselves and their world. Devi is also certified by Deepak Chopra's Chopra Center in Primordial Sound Meditation, a time-tested meditation technique dating back thousands of years to the ancient Vedic traditions of India.