At the moment he is mainly focusing on a sample based Hip-Hop collection which he is using in up and coming projects, which include a compilation of tracks made for Soundkillaz, Jade P, El Waxo, Calboy Keys and Juice Aleem.
Whodiniz style cant be pinned down into one genre he is influenced by a lot of music he listens to But making his own mark with a unique style.
He has collaborated with other unique producers which include C&D productions and Project 5am.
Growing up I have always had a keen interest in music and through the years has herd music change a lot.
“Growing up in the eighties I could remember my elders listening to soul funk and rare groove and reggae I couldn’t escape it, but I was more interested in Hip-Hop with groups like Public Enemy, Cypress Hill, EPMD, Bran Nubian, BDP, Big Daddy Kane and the London Posse making a big impact in the Hip Hop world.
“It was like a drug I couldn’t give up. I was always listening to Hip-Hop radio show like Westwood, 279 & Big Ted to keep update with the new batch of tracks to come out.”
And I always had a healthy supply of tapes for my walkman going to concerts like Biggie Smalls and Puffy, EPMD, Public Enemy, Gangstar and Jeru the damaja to name a few.
Now I’m listening to those same Soul funk rare groove tracks they were listening to. I’m heavily influenced by them in some of my tracks I don’t just do a remix Just for the sake of it. Its got to be something I like and that sounds good.
Now Whodiniz is contributing to a movement and music he has enjoyed for so many years.