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The late singer's wife, Iman, shared a photo of the teen in honour of her birthday.
I grew up listening to Bowie's music and found myself in the days following his death turning back to those old, familiar songs. I think that many others had the same idea. It seemed that everywhere I went, I would hear Bowie's music. I think we all needed to hear his voice again.
When we lose a role model, we realize that the gap they've left behind, but it also brings to light the fact that others will have to fill that gap. There will be young minds who need someone to look up to, and that's a big pair of shoes to fill.
"It didn’t feel right to do a show that was celebratory today, when the news is so profoundly sad."
The closest he ever got before was number two.
It’s been 30 years since “Labyrinth” was released and David Bowie’s Goblin King haunted us -- in a good way.
Real fans know this to be true.
Over his 50-year career, Bowie had an unparalleled ability to remain relevant by giving each generation its own moment with him. The 1970s kids got to enjoy his most prolific and influential period as one of the era's most definitive artists as it happened while the rest of us eventually discovered it as a pop cultural rite of passage, regardless of our entry point. He kicked off the decade a year early with his non-hippie hit "Space Oddity" before unleashing his Ziggy Stardust and Thin White Duke personae, collaborating with John Lennon, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop, and moving to Berlin to record his groundbreaking trilogy, "Low," "Heroes" and "Lodger."
"David Bowie's death was the same as his life, a work of art."
"Put on your red shoes and dance the blues."