After breaking down on stage last weekend, over the recent death of his mom, Kanye West was back to perform last night in Brussels. The rapper used the concert to send message out to his mom, whom he said was his "first fan" and who always urged him to strive for greatness. "If she was here, she would tell me, 'Get on that stage and kill it, dawg!'" he said. "That was her favorite word: 'dawg.' She would tell me, 'Take over the world and be No. 1 like I taught you to be,'" Kanye said of Donda West. Kanye followed his speech by dedicating the Journey hit, "Don't Stop Believing," to the lady that made him who he is today. "I wanna dedicate this to my mother because of the words, the lyrics ... It says what she would want me to do, and that's to not stop believing." Watch the video here. It gave me chills.