David Bowie created a legacy of 26 studio albums and golden years of memories, but there could be more to come. The legendary British artist has reportedly left a treasure trove of new music that will be released in stages from next year.
Newsweek quotes an unnamed source “close to” the late artist who claims there’s “a long list of unscheduled musical releases that Bowie planned before he died.”
The releases have reportedly been “divided into eras,” the first of which will roll out before the end of 2017, according to the report. The writers of the article, however, do point out its unclear whether previously unheard material will feature.
Bowie died Jan. 10 at the age of 69. His final release, Blackstar, dropped just two days earlier, on Bowie’s birthday. Tony Visconti, the producer of Blackstar and many of Bowie’s classic albums dating back to the late ‘60s, recently told reporters the Hall of Famer was working on a follow-up album prior to his death. Bowie had even written and demoed five new songs.