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David Bowie's comeback single tops the charts

With his first release in 10 years, the pop artist is set for a No.1 after he topped the iTunes charts. ‘Where are you now?’ is his first single to hit the number one spot since 'Let's Dance' in 1983.

Released in the UK and most nations worldwide on March 11, David Bowie’s album is the fastest-selling one this year, with over 94,000 copies sold this week, and his ‘Where are you now?’ overtaking hits by Rihanna or Taylor Swift on its first day of release.  

His decision to come back and record new materials took by surprise the music world and to celebrate his return, a retrospective of the artist is being unveiled at London's V&A Museum on 23 March, celebrating Bowie as a musical innovator and cultural icon. He is not directly involved with the exhibition but the David Bowie Archive gave "unprecedented access" to the V&A, which picked out flamboyant costumes, early photographs and other memorabilia to show.

David Bowie, the original Young Dude, dispelled rumors that his career was over with an out-of-the-blue release on his 66th birthday of his first new single in a decade.

His song video had been viewed 200,000 times on YouTube and his single sounds like an out-take from his late-Seventies albums, which were recorded in Berlin, where he escaped in an attempt to recover from his cocaine addiction.