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Photos: Diamond Soul Assassins Gear Release Party on Fairfax

10:31 AM PDT on August 23, 2018

[dropcap size=big]D[/dropcap]iamond Supply Co. teamed up with Soul Assassins for a fashion collaboration drop right on the heels of the album release Die Del Asesinato by music producer DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill. Hip-hop aficionado’s lined up at the entrance of Diamond's flagship storefront on Fairfax for an entertaining night of music from rapper/producer Alchemist and member of the Wu-Tang Clan, Raekwon da Chef

L.A. Taco senior photographer Erwin Recinos was on hand to capture the experience.

The artwork on display is a remix of DJ Muggs new Soul Assassins. Pictured above is the album cover remix by artist Alex "Defer" Kizu.

DJ Muggs on deck at the event greeting fans and signing their merch and memorabilia.

(top) Alchemist meeting and greeting the fans. (bottom) Actor Max Perlich made an appearance at this event.

Herbal medication was available with rolling papers to enhance your event experience.

Here is young aspiring magician Griffin Barry. He took out a deck of cards and had an impromptu performance of tricks for the crowd. RELATED: Wu-Tang Clan's 25th Anniversary Show at the Shrine

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