UK Hip Hop artist Tornado recently unveiled a brand new music video by Lewis R Dixon for P110 Media, called ‘Fed Up’, a cover of Stephen Marley’s track of the same name. Tornado rhymes on a soulful, rhythmic beat, layered up with a guitar and ambient percussion. Tornado’s lyrics depict the rocky times in a relationship, going through arguments and fights, whilst Tornado is depicted as being a bigger man, rising above and owning up to his wrongs, whilst reflecting on the good times, and being respectful, knowing that nothing is ever easy, feeling to have some time apart. The hook features Stephen Marley, adding a Reggae vibe to the Hip Hop proceedings bought along by Tornado, giving a mixed but fantastic sound. Check out the slick visuals which portray a couple supposedly fighting, along with scenes of Tornado deep in thought and performing the lyrics. Tell us your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below . . .
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