James Cole – ‘Type Of Guy’

James Cole takes us back to our high school days when we were too shy to tell our crush how we felt – his latest single and music video, ‘Type Of Guy’, tells the tale of a teen who finds their affections aren’t returned, and we have all kinds of feels about it.

Surely however, James Cole has never been that sort of teenager, lacking the confidence to share how he feels. He’s smooth in every sense of the word: fine looks, sublime vocals, and a refined presence that would be the envy of those twice his age. He’s more than just a singer too – midway through his song he drops a rap verse, showcasing his versatility. James hasn’t let his training at the Howard W Blake School Of The Arts, in Tampa, go to waste – he’s been gigging and performing in public for years, and is now on the fast track to fame.

‘Type Of Guy’ is just the most recent in a string of impressive singles released by Cole. His sultry dance-floor debut ‘Just Because’ has so far garnered more than a hundred thousand streams on Spotify. The next release for the independent artist, ‘Cali Queen’, came with a colourful music video which together with the song showed that he’s got what it takes.

In the video for ‘Type Of Guy’, Cole is clearly the main attraction, posing in a range of sharp outfits, flirting outrageously with the object of his desire. He gets the girl in the end, who may well not have been the one he’d originally set out to woo, but nonetheless is truly the one of his dreams.

Find out more about James Cole on his official website.

Type of Guy Official Music Video- James Cole (Original Music)

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