Mario Alberto Domínguez Zarzar (born January 22, 1977), known professionally as Mario Domm, is a Mexican pop singer and songwriter. Domm rose to fame in the late 2000s as the lead singer of the band Camila.
Domm’s début solo album Mexi-Funk-Music (2002), from which came the singles “Disco Amor”, “Quiero” and “Si Te Vas”, was not successful. After this debut, Domm devoted himself to writing and producing songs for other artists such as Kalimba, OV7, Alejandra Guzmán, Magneto and Reyli Barba. In 2006, Domm formed the band Camila with Samuel “Samo” Parra and Pablo Hurtado, releasing the album Todo Cambió, which became a number-one album in Mexico and the United States. Camila presented another number-one album in 2010, entitled Dejarte de Amar, which earned them three Latin Grammy Awards including Record of the Year and Song of the Year.
Domm had a number-one hit in the United States with the single “Causa y Efecto”, performed by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, and four top-ten hits with Camila (“Todo Cambió”, “Mientes”, “Aléjate de Mi” and “Bésame”). Billboard listed Domm as the fourth most successful Latin songwriter of 2000.