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Suburban Base Records is proud to announce the release of 'Means Nothing,' a new track from Benny V, the co-founder of Souped Up Records, alongside legendary producer K Warren featuring Thomas Jules of Rudimental on vocals, with a remix from rising Drum & Bass star Exile. The track is set to drop for summer 2023 and is already gaining huge support across the scene.

'Means Nothing' is an electrifying blend of those extraordinary talents and showcases the signature sounds of both Benny V and K Warren. With Thomas Jules' powerful and emotive vocals, the track expresses the pain and frustration of being rejected by a potential new love, but the incredible heart and feeling in the song will hopefully deliver a message of determination and resilience, inspiring listeners to keep pushing forward. The remix from Exile adds a fresh perspective to the track, infusing it with his own innovative production style and taking it to even greater heights.

Benny V is a highly respected figure in the Drum & Bass scene, co-founding Souped Up Records and releasing tracks on some of the scenes biggest labels. K Warren is one of dance music’s most talented producer and DJs, known for his contributions to the UK garage scene. Thomas Jules is a member of the multi-platinum selling band Rudimental, lending his soulful and captivating vocals to 'Means Nothing'. Exile is a rising star in the Drum & Bass world, known for his forward-thinking productions and high-energy DJ sets.

'We're excited to be releasing 'Means Nothing' on Suburban Base Records,' said Benny V. 'Working with K Warren and Thomas Jules was a dream collaboration for us, and Exile's remix takes the track to a whole new level. We hope this track inspires people to overcome any challenges they might face and keep pushing forward.'

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