DJ AM and Jay-Z DJ AM and Jay-Z
DJ AM 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's tour."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.