Mayor Eric Adams in “dad mode” at his son’s album launch party

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Mayor Eric Adams in ‘dad mode’ at his son’s album launch

Neighborhood and fatherhood are top priorities.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams went into “supporting dad mode” Friday night at Manhattan’s Sei Less hotspot for his son Jordan Coleman’s album release party.

Sources only told Page Six that Coleman, 27, shut down the entire Asian fusion restaurant — a favorite of celebrities like Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg — for the event.

We’re told Adams arrived at the party after midnight, but he made sure to chat with all partygoers and enjoy edamame dumplings, hash browns, and vegetables.

Eric Adams walks around the party.
Adams made sure to make the rounds and say hello to the other guests.
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However, the mayor’s highest priority is his only child, which he shares with ex-girlfriend Krisna Coleman.

A witness told Page Six that the father and son “exchanged a few words” and
“Share a warm hug” sometime in the evening.

“Mayor Adams expressed immense pride in his son,” the source added.

Ivi Shano, Jordan Coleman and Eric Adams pose for a photo.
Coleman, who performed a traditional Albanian greeting with Sei Less founder Ivi Shano and his father here, chose a New York City hotspot for the event.

In January, a former police officer told Post he felt his son’s music Represents the “voice of the heart” among American youth.

“When he was a kid, my job as his dad was to mentor him, educate him and prepare him for the future,” Adams previously said.

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“He’s a man now, and being that man means not speaking with my voice, but finding your own. Jordan took the lessons he learned and made the best decision for himself. He’s very proud of who he’s grown to be.”

Jordan Coleman performs.
Coleman played several songs for guests at his party.
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Jordan Coleman poses in front of red curtains.
The budding rapper previously told The Post that his debut album is titled “Jordan.”
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Coleman, who worked as a creative coordinator for Roc Nation’s film division, previously told The Post about his big dreams: “I want to be a rapper, I want to be an international filmmaker, I want to be a artists. I’m trying to figure out a way to bring them together in a creative and intelligent way.”

Guests including rapper Melle Mel, Eric B., Grandmaster Caz, retired NBA star Kenny Anderson and TV personality Justin Valentine sipped D’USSE cognac at an artist feast for his debut album “Jordan” and Purple Heart vodka cocktail.

We’re told partygoers can also enjoy Coleman’s a cappella performance, and that the crowd “didn’t want to leave.”

The event finally ended around 3:30am on Saturday.

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