Pooh-Man, also known as MC Pooh or "MC Pooh-Man (born Lawrence Lee Thomas, January 25, 1971)[2] is an American rap artist who has released several albums on various labels, including Jive Records.[3] His lyrics focused on the topics of sex, money and murder (his song "Sex, Money, and Murder" appeared on the soundtrack to the 1992 film Juice). He also had a small role in the film Menace To Society, playing Doc.

He has been active in the music industry since the early 1990s onward.[4] His only charting album, 1992's Funky as I Wanna Be, gained notoriety for its risque cover, featured guest appearances by MC Breed, Too Short, and Ant Banks, and brought him his biggest success, peaking at #158 on the Billboard Top 200.

On February 28, 2000, Thomas plead guilty to one count of bank robbery and was sentenced to 80 months in prison.[5]


YearTitleLabelUS R&B Chart[6]US Top 200[6]
1990Life of a CriminalJive#39-
1992Funky As I Wanna BeJive#38#158
1993Judgement DayScarface#57-
1994Ain't No LoveIn-A-Minute#85-
1997State Vs. Pooh-Man Straight from San QuentinIn-A-Minute--
2001Fukin' Wit Dank 2001Killa Kali--
2014Kaos TheoryInfinite Kaos--