Whodini was among the very first hip-hop groups to cultivate a high-profile national following for hip-hop music and made significant inroads on Urban radio. In keeping with the 1980s trend, Whodini’s albums tended to be synthesizer-driven with a heavy electronic drumbeat. The sampling technology that became identified with many hip-hop songs and with many bands was barely prominent in their music, and subsequently they never fully relied on it to create their sound. Their music consisted mostly of original compositions.

Their hits include "Haunted House of Rock,” “Magic’s Wand,” "Five Minutes Of Funk", "Freaks Come Out at Night,” "Big Mouth,” "Friends".