DMC's Son DSON McDaniels Earns His Own Stripes With New Video "HEAT"

The Run-DMC legend's son DSON is taking the torch and repping for his pop's epic legacy.

In celebration of the 35-year anniversary of Run DMC's self-titled debut album, DMC and his son, DSON McDaniels, have released a new music video "HEAT" featuring guitarist Bumblefoot, real name Ron Thal.

This video marks the first single off DSON's new EP 'Earning My Stripes.," also out now.

Hailing from New Jersey, DSON McDaniels represents the next chapter of a world-renowned Hip-Hop legacy. "Heat," shot in DMC's native New York, is a conglomerate of history and the new school, an homage to the game-changing influence of DMC and the foundation for DSON to lead the new generation.

Fans of Run DMC will recognize more than a few references to the landmarks of the group's iconic past, from Adidas three-stripes to their 1984 hit "Rock Box."

As in traditional Run DMC fashion, "HEAT" is a multi-genre undertaking fusing both the worlds of Hip-Hop and Rock with the inclusion of one of the lead guitarists for Guns N' Roses from 2006-2014, Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal, who also is a member of Art of Anarchy that he formed with John Moyer from the group Disturbed, and a metal supergroup called Sons of Apollo.