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Published on July 20th, 2020 | by Jerry Doby


Sprayground Drop Collaborative Backpack With International Urban Music Sensation Cazzu Ahead Of Her Ep Release

Sprayground – the rebellious and most artistically designed backpack and influential streetwear brand, unveils the latest collaboration with unique urban music artist Cazzu, ahead of her EP release. 

It’s no secret that when it comes to backpacks and accessories, Sprayground is on the must-have list. For this particular backpack, Sprayground has worked very closely with the Latina music mogul to create a backpack that encompasses Cazzu’s iconic look, including her pigtails and purple and green color theme. 

Cazzu said: “As a music artist on the road, it’s imperative to have a functional backpack, but it’s hard to find a fashionable one too! I have been a big fan of Sprayground for a long time, they make the dopest and also versatile backpacks and I’m so excited to get this out to fans!” 

Sprayground dialed into functionality for this partnership, making it ideal for the fashion-forward, particularly with multiple carrying options and a padded laptop compartment that can accommodate a 17-inch laptop. The backpack has a sleek, purple, and green design made with vegan leather, flaunting the infamous “shark mouth” logo. 

This winning design has designated partitions for USB sticks, wires and cables, microphones, compact cameras, external hard drives and other accessories securely stored in zipped compartments, making it the perfect backpack for those on the go – or on tour! 

Founder and creative director, David Ben David said, “It’s been awesome working with Cazzu – she has such a unique style which made designing this bag even more fun. We are excited to get this bag out to Sprayground and Cazzu fans alike, it’s a limited edition collection – once it’s gone, it’s gone, so be quick! ” 

The backpack retailed at $80, is available from today at www.sprayground.com.


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