David Bowie gave us art for a lifetime. And following his untimely death earlier this month, we mourned one of music's most creative artists who shockingly died of cancer at the age of 69. His latest album Blackstar shot to number one as the world listened to Bowie's goodbye. But apparently, the Starman isn't done unleashing his musical offerings just yet.

Recent reports have not only indicated Bowie had already recorded songs for an album he was working on, but also state that he had planned out a set of posthumous records. According to Newsweek, Bowie had prepared a number of anthology records to be released, which are said to celebrate his own career. The magazine's source said there is "a long list of unscheduled musical releases that Bowie planned before he died," the first of which should be out in 2017.