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"Whatta Man" was named #23 on VH1's countdown of the 100 Greatest Songs of the 1990s.
Richard Harrington of The Washington Post interprets the song as "a celebration of strong men who stay home and care for kids." Writer Keith Boykin described the song portion, "Although most men are hos / He flows on the down low / Cuz I never heard about him with another girl," as if "rather than praise his faithfulness, the artists appreciate his discretion, while tacitly acknowledging his cheating." Moreover, Boykin said that "another girl" refers to Salt-N-Pepa's considerations of "heterosexual infidelity" and as if "some women [...] were publicly excusing their men for their down low behavior." to promote the single.
Tupac Shakur and Treach from Naughty by Nature make cameo appearances.
The single's music video, directed by Matthew Rolston and filmed by cinematographer Derek M.
En Vogue sang the entire vocals on all original and remixed versions of this song, with the exception of the male vocals at the beginning of the song which were performed by brothers Troy and John Mitchell of the rap group 3 Feet.In the Monday music video, the two women wearing tight short-sleeved clothes, including T-shirts containing their respective logos of two opposing teams, are seen in a gym complimenting two football players of their respective teams, In contrast, the lyrics of the Monday Night Football music video say that "their man 'likes pushin'[,] spends quality ball with the fellas,' and 'takes a big hit, 'cause he's a real man.'" According to academic Nick Trujillo of California State University, Sacramento, the rap song may associate hypermasculinity "with combat sports such as [American] football." He further said that the standard version has the women rather choose men who do not play football but are good parental candidates and are comfortable with their masculinities, while the Monday music video "not only objectifie[s] football players as sex objects but also reinforce[s] stereotypes of black men as sexual performers and white men as loving fathers." The 1968 Linda Lyndell/David Crawford version of the song was also covered by German singer Lena Meyer-Landrut as the theme song to the 2011 German film What a Man.It is featured on the Platinum edition her second studio album Good News, it will also feature on the Soundtrack for the movie.It was released on 2 September 2011 as CD single and Digital download in Germany.The single was released on 2 September 2011 for digital download on i Tunes, the single included a Live version of the song "Good News".