Menace Clan was an American hip-hop duo composed of Dante "Dee" Miller and Walter "Assassin" Adams formally signed to Rap-a-Lot Records. After signing with Rap-a-Lot, the duo appeared on Poppa LQ's Your Entertainment, My Reality and Bushwick Bill's Phantom of the Rapra, and contributed a verse to the All-Star track, "The Points". The duo's debut album Da Hood was released on October 10, 1995, but it failed to sell a significant amount of copies and only reached number 44 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.
After the release of Da Hood, Menace Clan remained with Rap-a-Lot, appearing on the Geto Boys The Resurrection and Scarface's My Homies, before leaving the label in 1998. The duo's last appearance was in 2000 on D-Red's Smokin' & Lean'n 2000. Dante also appeared on the track, "My Block", featured on Houston rapper Lil Flip's 2000 underground debut album The Leprechaun.