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The People Want Nas - The Source Magazine Presents: The 30 Most Anticipated Albums of 2014It Ain’t Hard to Tell that the hip hop fans all around the world are anxiously waiting for Nas to release his next album. The Source Magazine is no exception, featuring Nas in their review of the most anticipated albums of 2014.April 2nd, 2013 was a very important day in the news. Connecticut lawmakers came to an agreement for stricter gun laws, North Korea reinstated its nuclear plant, and the U.S. was hit with record breaking low temperatures throughout the country. This was also the day that Queens-born hip hop legend Nasir “Nas” Jones would send a tweet that carried shockwaves through the hip hop community. The tweet was simple and read “Eh-um…. Dropping next album title next month.” In an instance, the internet exploded with buzz on Nas’ new album. Rumors of collaborations, release dates, and more soon followed all over the internet, fueling the anticipation and anxiety of the fans. Since then, the world has been patiently waiting and anticipating the 11th solo album of one of hip hop’s greatest lyricists and storytellers. Now, The Source Magazine counts down their list of the most anticipated albums of the year featuring Nas.
in the african great lakes region, people with albinism face both ostracism from their communities and are hunted by those looking to sell their body parts to witch doctors. infants are abducted from mother’s beds and young children are kidnapped, where their eyes, genitals, arms and organs removed while alive.
with the body parts believed to be fetching tens of thousands of dollars on the black market, the trade is thought to be driven by the wealthiest members of society. “mutilation and murders of children with albinism are mostly met by social silence and indifference,” says a report released last year by the un’s special representative on violence against children.
in the past few years, there have been 72 reported killings and 35 reported attacks resulting in severe mutation in tanzania alone; in the rest of africa, there have been 45 reported killings and 30 severe mutilations, though the number of unreported cases would put the numbers much higher. a full, detailed listing of killings and attacks can be found here
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