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Dothan, Alabama, United States | INDIE

Dothan, Alabama, United States | INDIE
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Derelect Camp- Camp Fire (1997) Next Plateau Records "Move It In, Move It Out"

Red Alert- Red Alert Presents (1997) Next Plateau Records "Move It In, Move It Out"

Digital Underground- Who's Got the Gravy? (1999) Jake/ Interscope Records "The Mission" feat. Big Punisher

Friday After Next Soundtrack (2002) Hollywood Records "Mardi Gras"

50 Cents:The New Breed DVD (2003) Shady-Aftermath Records "Patiently Waiting video"

Who Is WHUTEVA? (2003) Hoodlum Fresh, Inc.

HIGHWAY 2 HEAVEN (2006) KIK Records

Cruise Control (2007) KIK Records



A native of one of hip-hop’s landmarks, Hollis, Queens, Whuteva bridges the gap between church & the streets. No stranger to the industry, he has traveled across the nation appearing alongside 50 Cent, Eminem and other known recording artists. Whuteva has performed on TBN’s “Praise The Lord”, “BET’s ”106 n Park”, ABC’s “The Jimmey Kimmel Show” & GMC’s “Hotlist”.

Rockwilder, a two-time Grammy Award winning producer, made a pact with Whuteva early in his career. One of their collaborations, “Mardi Gras”, is featured on Ice Cube’s “Friday After Next” movie soundtrack. “Rockwilder presents…Blue Octane”, an action sports album inspired by wake boarding, was released by Fuel Records and includes nine tracks from Whuteva. The lead single “Hustler”, appeared on Fuel TV, and other video productions.

Since Whuteva’s commitment to “spreading the good news”, he’s released several music projects. In addition to having a Masters Degree in Global Management, he’s ordained as a Minster of the Gospel of Christ. Whuteva’s worked with various outreach projects ranging from prison ministries, youth events, and non-profit organizations.

Expect more music and video releases from Whuteva‘s vault. He’s been busy and about kingdom business; performing, speaking and ministering the Word of God domestically and internationally. With melodic hooks and charismatic flows, Whuteva uses hip-hop to evangelize. Unlike the “fast-food” (music) currently in rotation, Whuteva regards his work as well-balanced, flavored with dope beats, inspirational lyrics, and a seasoned delivery. This is soul food!

“Finally brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable- if anything is excellent or praiseworthy, think about such things.” -Philippians 4:8

For more info, please visit www.WHUTEVA.com

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