Whateva Man

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"Whateva Man"
Single by Redman featuring Erick Sermon
from the album Muddy Waters
Released January 28, 1997
Format 12" single
Recorded 1996
Mirror Image Recordings - Dix Hills, NY
Genre East Coast hip hop
Length 3:08
Label Def Jam
Writer(s) Reggie Noble
Erick Sermon
Producer(s) Erick Sermon
Redman singles chronology
"It's Like That"
(1996)
"Whateva Man"
(1997)
"Pick It Up"
(1997)

"Whateva Man" is the second single released for Redman's third album, Muddy Waters. It is a mellow track produced by and featuring Erick Sermon, although he is not in the video. Method Man and Keith Murray appears in the video, although they are not on the song. It reached #42 on the Billboard Hot 100 making it the most popular single from Muddy Waters. It was include in the 1997 version of The Source Presents: Hip Hop Hits. A remixed version can be found on Too Short's Nationwide: Independence Day compilation. Pete Rock also contributed a remix for possible inclusion on the single, however it was regulated to exclusive radio play. The video is a parody of the film The Blues Brothers.

Single Tracklist[edit]

A-Side[edit]

  1. Whateva Man (Radio Edit)
  2. Whateva Man (LP Version)
  3. Whateva Man (TV track)

B-Side[edit]

  1. Smoke Buddah (LP Version)
  2. Whateva Man (Instrumental)
  3. Whateva Man (A Cappella)

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