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The discography of Lecrae, an American Christian hip hop artist, consists of ten studio albums, one of which was a collaborative; three mixtapes; one extended play; eighty-six singles, including forty-five as a featured performer; fifty-two music videos, including twenty-three as a featured performer; and eighty guest and other appearances. His studio albums consist of Real Talk (2004), After the Music Stops (2006), Rebel (2008), Rehab (2010), Rehab: The Overdose (2011), Gravity (2012), Anomaly (2014), All Things Work Together (2017), Let the Trap Say Amen (2018) – a collaborative album with Zaytoven, and Restoration (2020). His mixtapes consist of Church Clothes, Church Clothes 2, and Church Clothes 3. Gravity debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, and Anomaly debuted at number one. As of February 2020, he has sold over three million albums. Anomaly is certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America, as are his singles "All I Need Is You" and "Blessings" (featuring Ty Dolla Sign). The single "I'll Find You" (featuring Tori Kelly) is certified platinum. (Full list...)

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Dallol

Dallol is a cinder-cone volcano in the Danakil Depression, northeast of the Erta Ale Range in Ethiopia. The area lies up to 120 m (390 ft) below sea level, and has been repeatedly flooded in the past when waters from the Red Sea have inundated it. The Danakil Depression is one of the hottest places on Earth, and the evaporation of seawater after these flooding episodes produced thick deposits of salt, as seen in this landscape. The deposits at Dallol include significant quantities of the carbonate, sulfate and chloride salts of sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. Hot springs discharge brine to form the blueish ponds, and small, temporary geysers produce cones of salt.

Photograph credit: Alexander Savin

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