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Original Afrobaby

The Original Afrobaby

          Established in the spring of 2013, the Afrobaby movement was created as a creative response to society’s policing of both natural beauty, i.e.  natural hair, and the expression of art and music. Since then, it has expanded to an internet platform to showcase natural hair and the various facades of the streets it has grown from. By joining the Afrobaby movement, you are joining a celebration of beauty and uniqueness, and promoting a positive outlook on oneself and others regardless of hair texture, gender, race and other classifications.

          Aligned with the idea of freedom of expression, the Afrobaby movement is a message built for those that dare to be bold. Heavily inspired by street art, hip hop, and the ever-shaping natural hair journey, its roots speak to independent thinkers that have a hustle to create something beautiful. Afrobaby movement is about artistic freedom and being a trendsetter, all in the name of fun and exploration.

– Laura Alston  



Who is Afrobaby?

Logo of AfrobabyAfrobaby is a symbol that represents the combination of art, natural hair, and hip hop. The commonality present in those elements is that each has encouraged the growth of expression and the exploration of self identity regardless of outside judgement. Within the Afrobaby Movement, the same sentiments apply. Our mission is to showcase those pursuing their passions and expressing themselves, all with an emphasis on hip hop, art, and natural hair.

What is the movement?

The promotion of uniqueness and artistic freedom across all cultures, geographic borders, and internet platforms by spreading the Afrobaby symbol and brand. See below on how you can get involved!

How can I get involved?

There are many ways to get involved!

You can:

  • Wear the latest brand styles from the Afrobaby Store.
  • Spread Afrobaby stickers around your area. (Don’t forget to take a picture and tag @afrobabymovement on IG!)
  • Follow Afrobaby Movement on FacebookInstagram & Tumblr
  • Keep up to date with the Afrobaby Blog as we report news surrounding the local and global hip hop, art, and natural hair community.
  • Join our mailing list for updates on exclusive projects.
What does it mean to be an Afro baby?

To be an Afrobaby, it signifies that one is an independent and innovative thinker. One who identifies with hip hop, art, or natural hair and has a drive to stand out from the rest.

I don’t have an afro, how does this movement apply to me?

The AfroBaby Movement is not only about natural hair, but also hip hop, and art. If you consider yourself an expressive and forward thinker, and identify with at least one of those three above elements then this movement is for you!

Where can I find Afrobaby?

On the streets! The Afrobaby brand has been and will continue to circulate around cities (see here on the instagram). If you don’t see them around your area, we encourage you to support the movement and be the change you want to see.


How can I be featured on the blog?

If you have a talent and/or event that you want to share with the Afrobaby community, please send us an email with a description of your project and a relevant photo. We will review it as soon as possible and let you know if you have been selected to be featured on the website. The more information we receive from you about the project, the better.

I am a writer. Can I submit articles to the blog?

Yes! If you have an article that is related to art, hip hop, or natural hair please send us an email with the article, and a brief bio of yourself so we can give you credit. We will let you know if your article has been selected.

I dont see my question here.

Contact us with your questions and comments and we will answer back as soon as possible.