November 12, 2009
He Said, She Said Show Caters to Fellas and Ladies
WDCV 88.3, Dickinson College’s radio station gives a fresh taste of something different every Wednesday night. From 10 p.m. to 12 a.m. the “He Said, She Said” show hosted by Alex Pettaway ‘10, aka, Ace tha kidBoss, provides Dickinson students and Cumberland County residents with brand new hip-hop and rhythm-and-blues. “First it’s an hour of underground hip hop, then it’s an hour of sex, love and r&b,” said Pettaway ’10. The concept behind the show is to escape the demographic genre of “black music” and separate the music into the proper audience, explains Pettaway. The first hour is meant primarily for the fellas, and the second segment is dedicated to the ladies. “The show is definitely one of the few good hip-hop shows in Carlisle and Ace has all the brand new songs,” said Brandon Pailin ’10. “I really enjoy knowing that I’m only going to listen to slow jams and not be interrupted by a rap song,” said Azucena Alvarado ’10. Ace speaks to his audience throughout the show and even gives shout-outs to avid listeners. “I’m sad that it’s my last year doing the show, but I’m definitely going to make it my best year,” said Pettaway.
Charles de Cabrol ‘10