Hype House Member, Alex Warren Releases Touching Song “One More I Love You”

Hype House member, Alex Warren just released a heart-wrenching song titled “One More I Love You” based upon a real-life story tied to his own childhood.

Alex Warren is a Tik Tok star and social media personality with over 20 million combined followers across his various social media platforms. He had a tough upbringing as his father passed away when he was just nine years old and was raised by his alcoholic mother.

After being thrown out of his house when he was seventeen, he was left homeless. Warren turned to YouTube and set out to accomplish his dream of becoming a successful influencer.

Alex released the music video to his song titled “One More I Love You” on June 11th and thanked his fans for the overwhelming support, “Thank you to everyone on the support of my debut song One More I Love You, I’ve had this song written since I was 15 years old and I’m so happy I can share a part of my life with you guys.

This song has made me so happy, sad, and anxious and I hope it helps you cope with whatever life has brought you the way it did for me.”

Alex’s song is based on difficult memories from his childhood, “These stories are real and everyone has experienced this type of pain one way or another and I am so thankful I can share my story with you guys.”

If you are drawn to moving and very personal lyrics, this song will certainly strike a chord with you.  The best way to check out his music video is to watch it on his YouTube channel.

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