David Bowie's limited edition vinyl records are confirmed to be featured at the Brooklyn Museum. David Bowie Is will run from March 2 to July 15.

Some of the records that will be displayed in the museum include "Time," "The Prettiest Star," and more. Live In Berlin, an 8-track mini-LP featuring four of Bowie's unreleased songs will also be shown at the Brooklyn Museum.

The David Bowie Is exhibit will close after its run in New York. The show has toured different parts of the world over the past five years. Some of its stops included London, Paris, Barcelona, Tokyo, Bologna, and more. The exhibit will also showcase the late singer's artwork, outfits, original lyric sheets, and musical instruments.

Earlier this week, Bowie also made headlines after it was announced that his Aladdin Sane album will be given a silver vinyl reissue. Bowie's sixth studio album will celebrate its 45th anniversary on April 30.

Charlie Watts Slams David Bowie

The singer, who died on Jan. 10, 2016 due to liver cancer, also made headlines recently after the Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts said he does not think the "Space Oddity" singer was a musical genius.

Following Bowie's death, Watts said that he is quite surprised that there was an outpouring of grief among Bowie's fans.

"I thought people would have been very sad obviously, and he was a lovely guy and he wrote a couple of good songs. But for me, he wasn't this musical genius," said Watts.

Who Is David Bowie?

Bowie was an English singer-songwriter. He was a leading figure in popular music for over five decades. Bowie released 51 compilation albums throughout the span of his career.

He also dropped 27 studio albums and 13 video albums. His last compilation is called Blackstar. Some of his other albums are Hunky Dory, Diamond Dogs, Station to Station, Low, Young Americans, and more.

Some of Bowie's most popular songs are "Heroes," "Life on Mars?" "Let's Dance," "Under Pressure," "Rebel Rebel," "Lazarus," "Ashes to Ashes," "Modern Love," "Dancing in the Street," "China Girl," and more.

Tony Visconti Remembers David Bowie

Following his death, Tony Visconti, Bowie's longtime friend, said that the singer thought he still had a few more months to live.

"Obviously, if he's excited about doing his next album, he must've thought he had a few more months. So the end must've been very rapid. I'm not privy to it. I don't know exactly, but he must've taken ill very quickly..." said Visconti.