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Prince and Bowie both became well-known for their collaborations. Kanye West may be the closest contemporary parallel, Cateforis said, with the rapper pursuing his vision by bringing in other musicians. Among their most lasting legacies, Bowie and Prince were both fluid in their conceptions of masculinity. Each at least suggested an openness to gay relationships and designed outlandish outfits that smashed through gender barriers. End of a rock era: The year when legends took an exit The past year -- so momentous on the political front -- also marks a symbolic turning point for rock, with a generation of musical elders starting to exit the stage.

Dec 23, British pop star David Bowie passed away on January 10, Canadian singer and poet Leonard Cohen passed away on November 7, Prince died on April 21, Nepal, China begin joint military exercises.