Loop & Samp
(D)irect (D)estination (C)onfirmed
D.D.C. (meaning: Dog Day Church or Direct Destination Confirmed) was a rap/hip hop group with trio Jeff Adams as Samp, Scott Wilson and Aaron Weiderspauhn. The crew released their debut album Plate Fulla Funk on Grapetree Records in 1996. A second album did not get released, because the crew disbanded the same year. The album was produced by Grapetree Records. D.D.C. had two members, Loop (Scott Willson) and Samp (Jeff Adams).
**Not much is known about D.D.C. but we will update any information we can find.**
Loop: Jeff Adams would continue as a pop-artist. His last album got released in 2003.
Samp: Although not active anymore as a hip hop artist since 1996 Jeff kept working in the music industry as a producer and songwriter and now owns a management company called 2:20 Management. His company has Verbs among others under their wings.