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Saturday, February 09, 2008
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KanYe West will pay tribute to his mother, Dr. Donda West, during his performance on the Grammy Awards this weekend.
Three months after his mother's sudden death, Kanye West is planning an emotional tribute performance at the Grammy Awards.

The rapper – who's up for eight nominations, including album of the year and rap album of the year for Graduation – has not been officially announced as a performer for the Feb. 10 awards show.

But an insider tells PEOPLE that West, 30, had a rehearsal at the Staples Center Thursday afternoon, performing a moving medley of his hits "Stronger" and "Hey Mama."
I hope he adds Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" because his background singer ills it. His first return to stage after the passing of Dr. West was a heart wrenching moment that brought many to tears.