DFC was a hip hop duo composed of Flint, Michigan natives Alpha "Al" Breed and Bobby "T-Dub" Thompson. They were closely associated with MC Breed who was also Al's cousin.
MC Breed and DFC released their collaborative debut album on November 11, 1991 entitled "MC Breed & DFC", which charted at 142 on the Billboard 200 and featured their most successful single, "Ain't No Future in Yo' Frontin'".
After "MC Breed & DFC", DFC signed with Atlantic Records and were placed on their subsidiary Big Beat Records. They then released 1994's "Things in tha Hood" which became their most successful album, and spawning the singles "Caps Get Peeled" and "Thing in tha Hood". They followed up with 1997's "The Whole World's Rotten", but disbanded in 1999 shortly after appearing on MC Breed's "It's All Good".