Heavily influenced by the local Hip Hop scene and in Noah’s case by his uncle, who was a local DJ, they began making Hip Hop music (separately) in their teens. The group’s first manager was 1980’s Tuff City recording artist and X-Clan’s female MC Traedonya Chequelle. She introduced the boys to Adopho Mohammad who became their second manager.
Through Adopho, DHUM were signed to CL Smooth productions and CL appears on the flip side of their record on a track called ‘The Blue Print’. Adolpho also managed the groups Indigo and Mixed Elements all under the North Pole production banner. At one point Interscope came calling and were on the verge of signing all the acts but (as usually happens) the stars weren’t alligned and the deal fell through.
Soon after, the group broke up and Da Hoodz with the new addition of Devon morphed into D.N.A who recorded the grail 12” ‘Bronx Criminal County’. And that’s about it!