Brought to you by Bcut Productions, D-Hopp Apparel hits the open market with a new T-shirt and clothing line up, focused on customers' needs and wants. D-Hopp Apparel is a company that derived from the animated movie, “Drew and the Dilla Hopper” a story about a teenage introvert and a mutant insect who form a special bond.
Springfield, NJ, May 05, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The “Dilla” Hopper character “Sam” is a mutant insect that’s half grasshopper and half caterpillar, featured in various art designs by Producer and Artist, Bobby E. Goins. D-Hopp Apparel creates to perfection, a new urban wear that promises to delight consumers with various new products that anybody can relate to. Bobby will be featuring “Sam” on clothing and footwear, as well as any other product used by the general public. Established in 2010, D-Hopp Apparel is a New Jersey born company that represents the Dilla Hopper, and will be featuring “Sam” on all of its apparel. The "Dilla" Hopper represents anybody that's ever felt left out, isolated and disregarded because people view them as different. Sam can relate to the everyday struggle and make you feel that you belong and look good while you're doing it.