On Wednesday, five days after Amy Winehouse’s untimely death, MTV will air a "rarely seen" live performance by the late 27-year-old, which was filmed for its '45th at Night' series in 2007.

According to the network, the special set will re-air tomorrow night, (Wednesday, July 27) at 6:30PM EST and feature her 'Back to Black' backing band, the Dap-Kings. Fans can expect to hear celebrated hits such as 'Rehab,' 'Back to Black,' 'Me & Mr. Jones' and 'You Know I'm No Good,' as well as a rendition of 'Love Is a Losing Game' with rapper Mos Def.

The performance was filmed in 2007, the same year her chart-topping single, 'Rehab,' dominated US radio. In 2008, the soulful British singer earned five Grammys for her sophomore album, including Record of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album and Song of the Year for 'Rehab.'

Winehouse died in her London home on July 23, and was laid to rest at Edgwarebury Cemetery on Tuesday. Although an autopsy was performed, the cause of death has not yet been determined. The singer's '45th at Night' performance will be available on MTV.com immediately following its television re-air.

Watch the Amy Winehouse 'Rehab' Video