Artist Coletrane Williams Says The Best Dates Aren't Planned

Meet Coletrane Williams.

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Meet Coletrane Williams.

Coletrane Williams is a multi-talented musician and actor hailing from Savannah, GA. If his name seems to ring a bell, it's because he's starred in notable TV shows such as Greenleaf and most recently, Love Is___, where he played the role as Marvin. In addition to acting, he's a rising singer and songwriter and his latest album entitled Jericho is available to stream now.

Indulge responsibly ladies…

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On the Qualities He Looks for in a Woman...

"A woman who is passionate towards herself and her goals. I guess that quality could be called ambition. I want to be with someone fun and trustworthy so that I'm comfortable. I would also want to be with someone adventurous because life is nothing but discovery."

On His Ideal Date...

"I feel the best dates for me aren't planned — so I'm all about spontaneous trips to the beach at midnight. This way we can listen to music and talk about our goals."

On What His Last Serious Relationship Taught Him...

"Man, oh, man. Overall, I want to say it taught me resilience. I also learned that love can be shared mutually and still be misunderstood. That there can still be different weights to the meaning of reasons as to why each person is in love."

 On Major Relationship Deal-Breakers...

"Trust and loyalty."

On the Hardest Part About Dating in this Day and Age...

"I don't think it's any harder to date now than then. I feel like a lot of people are looking for love, allowing yourself to be open to it is the key."

On Making His Woman Feel Special...

"I think it depends on the woman you're trying to make feel special, but in general, listen to her and focus on maintaining a balance. For example, if she cooks, then I'll clean. But if it's a special occasion, then I'll write something for her or just try to show her where she stands in my life."

On The First Thing He Notices About a Woman...

"It depends on the woman's fly! But honestly, it's energy over everything. If I don't feel her, it won't matter how bad she is."

On His Relationship Status...

"I'm single."

For more of Coletrane, follow him on Instagram.

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