I certainly hear your talent...
...and I agree with you. It's far from done. But the beat programming is one of the more unusual and more complex types, reminiscent of "Come to Daddy". Since you can go into many different directions from here, I just stick to these suggestions:
- experiment with fine-tuning of the bassline, save the different versions, then finally pick the one(s) you like best - don't forget a wah-wah effect once in a while;
- same thing for the samples of the beat;
- if you choose to keep the sequence and pitch of the beat and bass as they are, try to get sound effects/bleeps/short DnB bass stabs to accompany what you have and go on from there.
Finally, because the beat is so complex, and it's your first DnB tune, it may be a hard task to find what else to make of this track. Maybe you should practice with an easier, more traditional beat while keeping the bassline. I haven't heard any of your other submits, so this may or may not be a good idea.
Well, I'm curious what the final product of this will be! I'm giving you a relatively low score because this track DOES sound unfinished. 6/10 and 3/10.