Pooh-Man – Funky As I Wanna Be


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1 Niggas Ain’t Playin’ 04:57
2 Don’t Cost A Dime 05:00
Featuring – MC Breed
3 Funky As I Wanna Be 03:43
4 Mellow Man 04:11
5 The Projects 05:17
6 Player Haters 04:50
7 Racia 04:18
Featuring – Ant Banks, Too $hort
8 Fuckin’ Wit Dank 05:46
9 The Big Gangster 04:53
10 Your Dick 05:40
11 Eatin’ Pussy 04:55
12 Mellow Man (Instrumental) 04:11
13 Sex, Money And Murder 02:50


“Funky As I Wanna Be” is the second studio album by Oakland, California rapper Pooh-Man, released on March 10, 1992, by Jive Records. The album features an array of notable guest appearances from artists such as MC Breed, Ant Banks, and Too $hort, adding depth and variety to Pooh-Man’s signature gangsta rap style.

The album consists of 13 tracks, including standouts like “Niggas Ain’t Playin’,” “Don’t Cost A Dime” featuring MC Breed, “Funky As I Wanna Be,” “Mellow Man,” “The Projects,” “Player Haters,” “Racia” featuring Ant Banks and Too $hort, “Fuckin’ Wit Dank,” “The Big Gangster,” “Your Dick,” “Eatin’ Pussy,” “Mellow Man (Instrumental),” and “Sex, Money And Murder.”

Pooh-Man, born Lawrence Lee Thomas on January 25, 1969, is an American rap artist who has released several albums across various labels, including Jive Records. His lyrics often focus on topics such as sex, money, and murder, with the song “Sex, Money & Murder” notably appearing on the soundtrack to the 1992 film Juice. Pooh-Man also played a small role in the film Menace II Society as Doc.

“Funky As I Wanna Be” is Pooh-Man’s only charting album, peaking at #158 on the Billboard Top 200 and gaining notoriety for its risqué cover. However, in 2000, Thomas pleaded guilty to one count of bank robbery and was sentenced to six years in prison, temporarily halting his music career.



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