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The rapper and actor Redman was born Reginald Noble in New York in 1970. In addition to his solo career, he is a member of Def Squad and has had successful collaborations with Method Man and Christina Aguilera.

His debut album Whut? Thee Album, a blend of funk and reggae influences, went on to gold sales and earned him The Source magazine's Rap Artist of the Year tag. The follow-up, ... Read more in Amazon's Redman Store

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  • Audio CD (July 26, 1994)
  • Original Release Date: 1992
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Def Jam
  • ASIN: B0000024J6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,189 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The last of hip-hop's great party albums, Whut? never had to take itself too seriously and Redman made sure you didn't either. His weed-fueled rhyme-flow sizzled on the album's many P-Funk inspired tracks (courtesy of EPMD's Erick Sermon), and many songs ("Time 4 Sum Aksion," "Rated R"), jumped with an energy that tore the roof off and burned the house down. But more than just churn out bouncy club anthems, Redman showcased a wit ("How to Roll a Blunt") and laid-back flair ("Tonight's the Night") that helped plant his foot as one of hip-hop's most vibrant MCs. --Oliver Wang

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Absolutely essential to any rap fan's collection.
John W. Rethamel
Redman is one of the most consistent artists and any of his first three albums could be debated as his best, but this one is my favorite.
AG
The album has the perfect blend swagger of funk in both beats & lyrics.
Scott D. Gribble

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By SmokaJ on November 9, 2003
Format: Audio CD
No doubt, one of the best to come out of 1992. Erick Sermon gives Redman life with this incredible debut. I simply love the way E-Dub's beats flow so well with Red's raw, unf*cked-with NJ style. In my opinion, this is Redman's best album on the fact that, he's more real on this LP than on any of his others.
This whole album is so sick. It went gold in 1992, when goin' gold was an amazing feat. So that'a quite a testament to the quality of this Def Squad music. Remember, this album (and of course, Erick Sermon) is the foundation for the career of one of rap's most consistently dope MC's (Red's been at it for over a decade).
"Time 4 Sum Aksion" is the perfect start, using B-Real to create one of the best samples ever. "Tonight's Da Night" is arguably one of Hip-Hop's most unique tracks. Of Course, "How to Roll A Blunt" (with it's funky Pete Rock production) became and still is one of Hip-Hop's #1 weed smoking anthems.
I just pointed out only 3 tracks, all which are timeless classics, but the rest of the album is just as good. Literally every song is great, it's a perfect album to party, lounge, get stoned...whatever. It's versatile and classic.
Bottom Line: Get this album. Every fan of DEF SQUAD, should truly own this LP. A Perfect 5 stars. Peace.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Scott D. Gribble on March 7, 2005
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There will always be a huge difference between Redman & Method Man - One consistently makes great albums the other seems to only put in effort on guest spots.

"Whut? Thee Album" is without a doubt one of the funkiest rap albums ever. The thing is just laced with James Brown/Zapp & Roger/George Clinton samples, thanks to Eric Sermon's masterful work. But, it doesn't stop with the beats, Redman puts an extra funky foot in the a** with his attitude, at times crazy flow, and hilarious lyrics. The album has the perfect blend swagger of funk in both beats & lyrics. That's why this album will never be touched, cause you just won't find anything else like it that matches it's brilliance. And this came out in 92!!??

"Time 4 Sum Aksion" has to be one of the best leading tracks I've heard. This is the type of track that'll either get you pumped up or scared out of your mind. The hard thumping drums are key and the killer Cypress Hill sample just get embedded in your brain. Red comes off hard, delivering some memorable rhymes: ("Listen, look, OOPS, brother where your eyes at?/ There on the floor/ pick em up while I pour/ a lil funk down your/ brain punk Listen to my name chump/ REDMAN READY TO ROCK I got a glock/ THEN, POW!, your body is all over the block"). Redman's alter-ego even has to stop himself at the end, before this track gets too vicious. Classic track to say the least.

Reman proceeds to rip the short laid back "Da Funk" before setting it off again with "So Ruff". Twisting a ghetto drama like Ice Cube to fit the scene of Newark, Redman even pulls off comical rhymes warning against various STDs.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By AG on July 6, 2002
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Redman came on to the scene in a major way with this solo album. This is one of the greatest albums in hip-hop history. Redman is one of the most consistent artists and any of his first three albums could be debated as his best, but this one is my favorite. This is one of the funnest albums to listen to as Redman has complete artistic control over this project and creates one of the most original and funky albums. P-Funk samples are abundant within Erick Sermon's remarkable production. The album is filled with nothing but classic songs as each song seemingly flows right into the next. Lyrically Redman says whatever crazy thoughts are on his mind, creating some of the most entertaining and creative lyrics in hip-hop.
There are a lot of upbeat songs that sacrifice no hardcore credibility at all. Songs like "Time 4 Sum Aksion", "So Ruff", "Watch Yo Nuggets", "Blow Your Mind", and "I'm A Bad" are incredibly intoxicating with their beats that will immediately get your head nodding to their almost party-like feel. Other songs like "Da Funk", "Jam 4 U", and "Tonight's Da Night" have a more relaxed beat. Also the listener is treated to the first installment of "A Day Of Sooperman Lover", his hilarious and extremely inventive song as a superhero.
This is a notable album as Reggie Noble is able to keep it as hardcore as anyone else, but does not need to be a gangsta on his albums. Every hip-hop fan should own this one as there are very few albums that are more enjoyable to listen to than this one.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Maye on April 21, 2004
Format: Audio CD
In 1992, hip hop was a different place, and if it were like that today, it would be so much better. After making his impressive debut with EPMD on their third album, Business As Usual, heads were wondering when was Redman going to drop an album. Well, that question was answered in supreme fashion. Redman can be seen one HARDCORE lyricist. This guy can battle you, inject humor(all with a tight flow) into a song, tell stories, and make you think ALL AT THE SAME TIME with ease and gusto. And his displays all that and then some on his first album. Here's the review:
Album Highlights: EVERYTHING. You have to listen to all of the material from Redman in his early goings and wonder where did it all begin.
Production: Thumbs way up. Erick Sermon offers some of his finest beats for Redman to rip through.
Lyrics and Subject Matter: Thumbs way up. Who else can come gritty and hardcore like Red?
Originality: Thumbs in the middle, nothing new here.
The Last Word: This is one CLASSIC album that introduced the hip hop world to the MC known as Redman. He only got BETTER as the years went on, but in 92, he had heads bobbing to his debut, which set the precedent for his somewhat slept, but AWESOME second album "Dare Iz A Darkside." Overall, I recommend this album to you. You won't be disappointed.
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