This past weekend in L.A., PacSun presented "Common Threads," its latest installment of their lifestyle series "Golden State Of Mind" under Lot 613's roof in Downtown Los Angeles. The series is a unique ecosystem of art, fashion and hip-hop, combined with authentic elements of SoCal culture. Golden State Of Mind explores an interesting mash up and crossover of pop culture featuring skate culture (DC), action sports (Hurley) and urban fashion (Diamond Supply Co.), while acknowledging those who influence as well as inspire.

The most recent event featured Snoop Lion as well as Daz Dillinger and Kurupt. Collectively, they performed some classics, including "What's My Name," "Gin & Juice," and "Ain't No Fun."
"We gone have us a good time, give them some of that stuff they love," Kurupt told "Dogg is excited and everybody is just ready to have a good time on that mic!” He also added that he'll be expanding his horizons. "I'm gonna produce my first film directed by Keith Robinson, dropping my solo album L42D (Living 4 2 Day), staying active in both things acting and these records its what I live for."

After Snoop and crew rocked the show, Daz discussed his new album, the new Dogg Pound album, and a few of his other upcoming projects. "I got a new album that's dropping Dec 4 called Wit it Wit it, I got the Dogg Pound album "That's My Work" single coming out, I got two movies that's dropping called Make It Rain and Atlanta strip club motion picture featuring Candy, Alpha Mega, Shawty and a whole lot of people from Atlanta and I shot another movie called The Speezot which is a comedy. Directing and making my own movies and you know doing skateboards." —Taj Tashombe (@tajtashombe)