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David Bowie had been a key figure in rock music for several decades. Getty

It’s been one year since legendary singer David Bowie died, and on Tuesday fans all across the globe will remember and celebrate the legacy the British pop star left behind. Bowie, who was born David Robert Jones, died following an 18-month battle with cancer just two days before releasing his final album, “Blackstar.”

At the time of his death, Bowie had sold more than 130 million records worldwide. Album sales jumped topped 140 million following his death due to a 5,000 percent spike in sales during the week of Jan. 14, Billboard reported. Along with being a household name musically, Bowie had just as much star power on the big screen after appearing in several movies under his alias, Ziggy Stardust.

On the first anniversary of his death, fans will honor the iconic androgynous singer and all the contributions he made to the music industry throughout his career, which spanned more than four decades. Pay homage to all of Bowie’s accomplishments by checking out a list of the singer’s best songs and videos below.

"Starman": The song was the first major hit from Bowie’s 1973 album, “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars.”

"Rebel Rebel": After introducing fans to the glam-rock lifestyle, Bowie flipped the switch and birthed the era of the rock rebel. The song was an instant sensation, which was just recently thrust back into the spotlight when Sleater-Kinney performed it during a tribute at a New Year’s Eve concert.

"Space Oddity": Bowie collaborated with famous Elton John producer Gus Dudgeon to create the 1969 anthem, which just so happened to coincide with Apollo 11’s moon landing. The song was even played during BBC live coverage of the spaceship’s launch.

"Changes": Considered Bowie’s reflection on his yesteryears and the changes that occur in a rock star’s life, the 1971 classic marked the singer’s big debut on Billboard’s Hot 100.