Dakota Camacho, dancer and musician, seen in a body of a water unclothed with long hair.

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Seattle-based artist Dakota Camacho went on a quest to understand the complexities of their ancestors’ history, the Chamorro people. In the process, Camacho developed a unique hip-hop style inspired by their ancestors.

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Dakota Camacho is a Seattle-based dancer and musician with roots in Guam. Their quest to understand their ancestral history led to the development of a unique hip-hop style. 

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