About Aladdin Da Prince: Television, radio, clubs, community. You name it, he's done it.
Aladdin Da Prince, a native Washingtonian and on-air personality for WPGC 95.5, is entertainment's next big thing. Aladdin earned his B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from Bowie State University in 2007, then went straight to work.
Initially, he flipped an internship at PGC into a board-op position, but over the years Aladdin became the producer for WPGC programs such as the Hometeam, Love Talk and Slow Jams, Michel Wright's show, Big Tigger's show, the legendary Donnie Simpson morning show, and most recently the Lil' Mo show. Aladdin can now be heard nights at the station, doing his own show!
Before long, Aladdin's amiable persona and amazing energy attracted the attention of hungry club owners and promoters in and around the DC area, putting him on tap as a club host / emcee at famed DC night clubs like Love, The Park at 14th and the Stadium Club.
Aladdin's shiny accolades rest on his foundation of community support and giving back. As a member of Teens Against the Spread of AIDS (TASA - an arm of the Children's National Medical Center that provides innovative approaches to HIV prevention for youth in the District), Aladdin regularly speaks to kids in the DMV about the importance of protection and prevention… and following dreams.