Review: Ian Guerin “Irreplaceable” by Dale Kent

Music, Pop Culture

R&B rising recording superstar Ian Guerin is becoming the talk of the music industry with his latest music release “Irreplaceable.” Ian Guerin himself is “Irreplaceable.”

Hailing from Mexico the dreamy, teen idol Guerin possesses a velvet, emotional and soulful voice. He has talent and a unique enchantment. His lead single “Free Time” was recently released in the US but has already been a  UK Number 1 Single. He also won best R&B song with his single “Cry.” With this string of successful hits the US is ready to welcome Ian Guerin.

It is in the stars that Ian Guerin is about to explode in the music industry. With music filled with emotion,  romance, and passion he can’t miss. Most of his songs are based on his life experiences, so one has to wonder exactly what kind of love life he has had so far.  No matter, in his songs he is always able to work it out.

“Irreplaceable” is a full 13 track album. He also launched a Christmas song titled “For the Holidays.” His songs can be streamed on  Spotify and all other digital platforms and he can be heard on YouTube. His music is an essential purchase and I strongly suggest you listen to it while sipping wine with someone you love in front of a warm fireplace. I am also very excited to hear what’s next from this young heart-throb because I’m sure he will go far.

4/5 Stars

Watch the “Free Time” music video by Ian Guerin here:

Listen to  Ian Guerin on the web:

Ian Guerin Album “Irreplaceable” Streaming




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