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Jay-Z and Eminem hit New York; Pusha T signs with Kanye; R.I.P. King Coleman

ralph stanleyWill Jay-Z bring his famous friends out for the first Yankee Stadium show? (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

By David Malitz

- The Jay-Z and Eminem show makes its east coast debut with the first of two shows at Yankee Stadium tonight. Guests at the Detroit show earlier this month included Drake, 50 Cent and Dr. Dre.

- Pusha T of Virginia Beach rap duo Clipse has signed with Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music label.

- R&B singer King Coleman, best known for singing on the 1959 hit "(Do The) Mashed Potatoes," died at the age of 78 on Saturday.

By David Malitz  |  September 13, 2010; 9:20 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Clipse, Eminem, Jay-Z, Kanye West  
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Thanks for the tip of the hat to King Coleman. I played keyboard/organ for his final tour in 2005 with The Creepy T's (his band). We played Baltimore, N.J., New York City and other places until a car accident on I-95 took the lives of some of the people in a band we were supposed to play with.

King Coleman will be missed greatly. As King often said himself, "ashes to ashes, dust to dust, hit 'em in the head with a cornbread crust!" He knew a lot of dirty jokes for a pastor.

King was also MC at the Apollo in the '60s and can be heard intro'ing the acts on several live records from that time.

Posted by: tomwalls | September 13, 2010 9:28 PM | Report abuse

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