People who worked for David Bowie as his staff are named as recipients of $2 million, according to his will.
The 69-year-old singer – who died earlier this month after a secret cancer battle – reportedly left $2 million to his personal assistant and close friend Corinne “Coco” Schwab.
A further $1 million went to his son Duncan’s former nanny Marion Skene.
The rest of his money was divided, as expected between his family members.
In his will, he also left instructions for his ashes to be scattered in Bali in accordance to the Buddhist ritual, according to his will which was filed in Manhattan on Friday.
The iconic singer was secretly cremated without any of his family or friends present.
Meanwhile, the rock legend planned to release a “long list” of music after his death with the first album due out before the end of 2017.
The future releases are set to include never-before-heard music that could date back to his most creative period in the 1970s.
The prospect of more albums from Bowie gives a new insight into the level of planning that went into what would happen after his death.