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PREMIERE: Mark Di Meo Remixes Brian Power’s “You Mean The World To Me”

One of the most loved songs from Brian Power’s debut album last year, ‘You Mean The World To Me’ featuring the unmistakeable silky voice of US talent Marc Evans, gets set for a full single release. The single comes complete with tasty new reworks by two of the finest producers on the Soulful scene – today we are teaming up with Italy’s Mark Di Meo who cooks up a seductively smooth groover teased with a deliciously atmospheric Sax solo.

Although he has been involved in music at all levels from DJ to promoter, Brian Power only launched his studio career in recent years, swiftly gaining top name DJ support on his musical output. His SoulHouse Music label evolved over a full English in a greasy spoon cafe in 2016 and a pivotal desperation to remix Jeffrey Osborne’s ‘I Really Don’t Need No Light’. Since then Brian has collaborated and released with artists such as Rebecca Scales, Lifford, Tony Econimides, Mike Patto, Shiv, Ali Tennant, Ronnie Herel and more, enlisting top remixers including Eric Kupper, N’Dinga Gaba, Booker T, DJ Spen & Gary Hudgins and Richard Earnshaw, among others. February 2018 saw Brian release his debut album ‘Brian Power presents SoulHouse Vol. 1’, to great acclaim, featuring an array of stunning soulful artists including Marc Avon Evans, Michelle John, Mike Delgado, Adriana, Lloyd Wade, along with other talents from from his strong musical family. Brian’s most recent release was a collaboration with US vocalist Kathy Kosins with a cover version of Bill Withers’ 1974 classic ‘Can We Pretend’.

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