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Posted at 10:15 AM ET, 01/10/2011

Jay-Z/Kanye single hits tomorrow; Adam Yauch still battling cancer; Janet Jackson comes to D.C.

By David Malitz

janet jacksonJanet Jackson will play the hits -- exclusively -- in D.C. in March. (Marvin Joseph/TWP)

- The first single from the Jay-Z/Kanye West collaboration album "Watch the Throne" is due out tomorrow. It's called "H.A.M." Get ready.

- In other collaboration news, fellow Best New Artist Grammy nominees Florence + the Machine and Drake are working on a new track together.

- Contrary to news from last week, Beastie Boy Adam Yauch says that reports that he's cancer free are "exaggerated."

- Janet Jackson will perform at Constitution Hall on March 22 as part of her "Number Ones: Up Close and Personal Tour." As the name of the tour indicates, Jackson's 35 No. 1 hits will comprise the set list.

Clicky shuffle: Your random song for Monday morning:

- David Bowie, "Sense of Doubt"

By David Malitz  | January 10, 2011; 10:15 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Beastie Boys, Drake, Florence and the Machine, Janet Jackson, Jay-Z, Kanye West  
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