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Mike De'Cole / Press

“Mike DeCole “Lost Without You” (Video) Tom November 10, 2013 0 Lost Without you Is the first song off my soon to be released EP from the album Titled So It Was Written, Like every artist that write about their true life stories of love and lost So It Was Written is about my personal story and what i’ve learned, today’s relationships are so easily processed without real connections because everyone meet online via Facebook, Twitter and dating sites even the breakups are done Via text, So with this project I wanted to remember when I use to write a letter and mail it to that special someone and with that in mind the concept of the project was so vivid to me, Before there was email Before there was text Love was expressed with a pen, pad and the words from your heart So It Was Written”

“At a time when R&B has been said to be on the decline or even dying, Mike De’cole surfaces as a pleasant pulse and breath of fresh air. The Chicago native, recently dropped his debut single “Never (Lost Without You)” and has received great reviews from Twin Cities critics. He is constantly doing shows in the metro area and has performed in sets with artists like Ray Covington and Chantel Sings. But what makes him stand out at a time when the music industry is saturated with youtube wannabes and autotune singers? Mike De’cole took a few minutes to chat with Miss Georgia about his inspirations and what sets him apart as an artist. But first, take a listen to his single to hear for yourself his soul, his passion and raw talent.”

“Who is Mike De’Cole? an Artist a student and lover of great music What made you pursue a career in the music business? The feeling I got when I stole attention from people who didn’t intend to give me there attention. Your single has a very old school, doo-wop feel to it… what inspired you to create this record? My inspiration… the song actually started off as a love/forgive me/can we try again letter that I never sent to a woman and instead turned into a song. Did you let her hear the song, did you tell her the song is about her? We haven’t talked in almost 2 years and even though we’re not friends on facebook, I reached out and sent her the song. She finally reached back and said how much she loved it and told me she thinks about us everyday. But, we’ve tried too many times with no success, and I agree. So we decided that although we care, we care enough not to try again. Who are your musical influences? Michael Jackson, Sam Cooke, Donny Hathaway, Dave Hollister, De”