|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Direct Din Unda'ground||14||Audio||1999||Cat Music|
|2||Sfârsit De Mileniu||6||Audio||1999-02-00||Cat Music|
|3||Sfârșit De Mileniu||6||Audio||1998||Cat Music|
Da Hood Justice was established in late 1993, with the support of the "Hip-Hop Radio Show" crew from the Nova 22 radio station, who provided Andrei Vulpescu, a.k.a Nai'gh'Ba, with the first instrumentals.
The official debut of the group, which at the time consisted of Nai'gh'Ba and Sorty Shit Stain, took place on 14th of April 1994 at the Disco Calyse club, which hosted the third hip-hop concert organized by Francis Rebelu from Panterele Negre (The Black Panthers). Right after the show finished, Da Hood Justice co-opted Sub Zero, a.k.a Phane Buton, a.k.a Slack Contabilu' (The Accountant).
After taking part in the Rap Attack concerts and several performances at various high school proms throughout Bucharest, at the end of 1995 Shorty Shit Stain left the group, his place being taken by Stoe Toxxic, being reccomended by members of the R.A.C.L.A. group veterans, who had established the R.A.N.-S. (Roar of the National Agony - Syndicate) rap super-group.
After a period marked by lack of independent activity, Nai'gh'Ba and Stoe Toxxic felt the need for change. They changed their name to Da Hood and a new line-up came forward, which is the present one:
Beavis - ex-drummer from AB4;
Gabi "Printzu" (The Prince) - ex-bass singer from Sport Sangeros (Bloodsport) III;
Marius "Zulu" - ex-guitarist from Nitro;
DJ Sonia and DJ Lucky - keyboards;
Cristina Giurgiu - vocals;