187 Fac, was a rap group from Hayward, California, with two members: Den Fenn (Alvin Dennis Thomas, Jr.) and G-Nut (Gregory Savoy Brown, Jr).
After they made their first guest appearance on Ant Banks' 1995 album, Do Or Die. Before releasing their first studio album, Fac Not Fiction on Penalty Recordings in 1997, they appeared together on several albums, including: S.C.C. Presents Murder Squad Nationwide, America Is Dying Slowly, The Rompalation and Have Heart Have Money.
187 Fac's second album, Fac Not Fiction, was released in 1997. It was executive produced by Spice 1 and featured guest performances by Ant Banks, B-Legit, V-Dal, Big Lurch, Captain Save 'Em and Spice 1. The group then went on to appear on several Bay Area artists' albums and compilations as a group and as solo artists.
In 2000, the group changed their name to DenGee and released their final album, DenGee Livin'. It was produced entirely by E-A-Ski & CMT. Along with a single, a music video was released to promote the album, "VIP Status", and features a cameo appearance by producer E-A-Ski.