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By age 18, she’d launched a music career and started building a fan base.After being ‘discovered,’ DOM was invited to work with world-renowned producers at F/H Block Music Studios in London, where artists and songwriters such as fellow LGBTQ stars Sam Smith and Angel Haze have made musical magic.DOM continued working on her original music, and her audiences grew so exponentially that when she released her first EP, she became the first Mexican to hit the UK pop charts. “When people can relate to the stories and lyrics in my music, that’s the most rewarding aspect of my work,” she says.Currently, DOM is in the studio working hard with award-winning producers and preparing for the next phase of her career.Trying to guess where supermodel Stella Maxwell comes from takes a keen ear.There’s the occasional twang from somewhere Down Under (New Zealand, actually, where she attended university); a breezy insouciance that’s vaguely French (coming, no doubt, from Belgium, where she was born and lived until age 13); and a slightly British clip that likely derives from her Northern Irish parents and international schooling.“I believe that thinking positively and envisioning the best possible outcome can add to your achievements,” she says in her apartment while changing into her exercise gear.“It doesn’t always work out, but if I visualize myself getting what I want, it can happen.

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