DJ AM and Jay-Z
is getting back to work — less than a month after surviving a fatal plane crash
AM (real name: Adam Goldstein) shared with People
that he will make his return behind the turntables on Jay-Z
"He's the greatest rapper in the world," AM said. "This is the biggest thing that's happened in my career."
His first performance will be Wednesday night at the Hollywood Palladium.
The 35-year-old suffered second and third degree burns from the Sept. 19 jet crash that killed four and also severely injured Travis Barker
. AM was discharged
from the hospital a week later, while Barker is currently recovering at an LA hospital.