The WhiB4 protein, a member of WhiB-like proteins, plays an important role in the survival and pathology of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Mtb). As a transcription factor, WhiB4 regulates the expression of genes involved in maintaining redox homeostasis, central metabolism, and respiration. Furthermore, WhiB4 leads to the condensation of mycobacterial nucleoids and is capable of binding to DNA. WhiB4 contains four cysteine residues and exists in multiple forms under different redox environments, including a dimeric holo form with iron-sulfur cluster, multimeric disulfide-linked oxidized apo forms and monomeric reduced apo form. Here, we report the 1H, 13C, 15N chemical shifts of WhiB4 protein in its reduced apo state, providing a basis for the determination of its solution structure.