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Dayton Allen Borero (born October 2, 1993), is a Puerto Rican and Hawaiian rapper who grew up in the east side Las Vegas area. From a very young age Dayton had to learn to be independent and learn to live life without anyone’s helping hand. Although he had affiliations with the street gangs and drug business, he sought to be a better person with high ambition. Not knowing where to start, he listened to rap music for motivation and as an escape from the tough world he lived in. What he didn’t yet know was the influence he could have on the music industry in such short time. For his 19th birthday in October 2012, Dayton received a call from his current manager to host a nightclub in Southern California.
After flying in and hosting nightclubs in California, Dayton got inspired by the vibe of the clubs and decided to do more than just host the clubs. After these appearances, he began to already establish a fan base. His manager, Enas Algarin, gave him the perfect opportunity to start recording in high quality sound studios in January 2013. His first single, “Shake Dat Ass” produced by Kelby Clarke booked him many headlining shows of different natures in several states in the USA. He is currently working for his first mix-tape “Cali Trees” and preparing for the Summer 2013 tour around the US.