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The Diaper Bag Made With The Hip Hop Culture In Mind

One of our favorite things going into the new year is the Hip Hop Diaper Bag with graffiti print. Dads often complain about carrying a diaper bag that looks like a diaper bag or moms complain that doctor bags don’t have enough style. The Hip Hop Diaper Bag has both style and function.

Eva Marcille with her new Hip Hop Diaper Bag. Source: Instagram.
Porsha Williams with her Hip Hop Diaper Bag. Source: Instagram.

This bag has a great design inside and out and can carry it all. Celebrities from Eva Marcelle to Porsha Williams have been seen on their Instagram representing the diaper bag for their own infants.

The Hip Hop Diaper Bag is water-resistant, has a bottle bag, and is insulated with a USB Port and a  baby wipe dispenser for the mom and dads who don’t mind a little swag. It’s not floppy and it zips closed. It even comes with a port for you to charge your phone but you need a portable battery charger, which is not included).

It has 13 pockets and it’s a big diaper bag organizer with endless storing options, so you can organize all your supplies and your baby’s supplies with ease. It comes with a diaper changing pad too! The diaper bag’s size is 16.5 x 16.5 x 7.9 inches. It is made of heavy-duty material and is easy to wipe down when things get messy and you know they will.

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