Right from Aphex Twin to Dave Chappelle, these are all TV show and political stars, artists, and athletes who have risen from ashes over the last few years. As Share Care takes a critical look at the year gone by, tempting celebrations about the emerging trends, different faces with new ideas coupled with determination have shaped the past twelve months. However, let’s also take a keen look at some of the old resilient veterans who had vanished only to resurface more successful than they were.
The level of excitement in and around Dave Chappelle’s Radio City Music Hall performances especialy in the summer was similar to some of the trending news a few years ago. A few years since walking out of Chappelle’s TV Show, the ever blossoming and comic personality had seemed very gratified to be the Ronaldo of stand-up industry. Smiles were observed on fans faces when the news confirming that the star’s premature retirement may not be permanent was confirmed on Radio City.
Richard D. James’ first as Aphex Twin since the year 2001, irrefutably feels more like a vestige from an earlier generation, during days when the dry jungle appeared similar to the sound of the future. However, Syro has been touted the best old-school on chats.
By producing ‘under the skin’ this year, he has put standards and expectations from fans at a new level.