Camila is a Mexican soft rock group which includes vocalist, composer and producer Mario Domm, vocalist Samuel Parra and guitarist Pablo Hurtado. The group was founded by Domm and officially formed in 2005 According to the group, the name came from a friend's idea of calling the group “Camila” because it means “close to God.”
Their first single, “Abrázame” was issued in and 2006 and was highly successful. Their follow-up single “Coleccionista de Canciones,” was used as the theme song for the Mexican telenovela “Las Dos Caras de Ana.” Their third single, “Todo Cambió” was released in March 2007. The song reached the Top 20 of the U.S. Billboard Latin Singles chart. Their 2006 debut album “Todo Cambió” was certified platinum in Mexico. In late 2006, the group was nominated for Best New Artist at the Premio Lo Nuestro 2007. Domm received a Latin Grammy nomination as a writer for the hit single, “Todo Cambió,” for Song of the Year. Camila also won two Premios Lo Nuestro for Song of the Year for “Todo Cambio” and Group or Duo of the Year.
Their second studio album, “Dejarte de Amar,” was released in 2010. The first single from the album was “Mientes.” In 2010 Camila won one award at Premios Lo Nuestro. The group also won two Latin Grammy Awards at the 2010 ceremony. “Dejarte de Amar” won Best Album by a Group or Duo and "Mientes" won Best Recording and Song of the Year.