Myles Kennedy Wrote a Song With Darryl DMC McDaniels & It’s Bad-Ass


“The problem is, we don’t use common sense.”

In a recent interview with CNN, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels discusses one of the most important topics in America today – gun violence. McDaniels who rose to fame as part of the revolutionary hip hop group, RUN DMC, expresses his opinion that people have the right to bear arms, it’s the illegal access and careless use that is the main problem.

“If we put our minds and our hearts and our spirits and our soles to it, we can make the streets much safer. And at the same time, once we clean up the gun issue we can address the mental health issues that are poisoning many people on the face of this earth,” says McDaniels.

To further address his concern, McDaniels teamed up with Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge and Slash/featuring Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators and Disturbed bassist John Moyer, to craft a powerful new song entitled “Flames.” McDaniels, sporting a Motorhead shirt in the interview, has always supported rock music and has a few epic collaborations under his belt. Add “Flames” to that list.

See the lyric video here:

Speaking of Myles Kennedy, Alter Bridge is hard at work in the studio recording their fifth record. The rumored title ABV is being produced by Michael “Elvis” Baskette. No release date has been announced, but Kennedy has been providing updates as it appears he is in the process of cutting the vocals right now.

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