Different music genres across the world have different outlooks and traditions, but nearly all of them are connected by one common factor—cannabis. Some genres, such as reggae and hip hop, have their foundation firmly entrenched in weed while in others, such as country and jazz music, weed is cleverly curved into their lyrics. There are also genres that do not actively promote weed, but their fans still get high during concerts.
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In today's society, we want the newest and greatest thing on the market and will pay a pretty penny for it. Did you know that you could find the same or similar item secondhand? Buying thrifted and secondhand has been making waves with millennials and shows no signs of slowing down. Today's younger generation are very earth friendly and into more sustainable practices. Therefore, a lot of retailers are recognizing this shift and are rearranging their efforts. They now incorporate at least an aspect of sustainable or upcycled clothing in their stores for customer retention. Just this morning, I saw an ad for GAP and they now have an upcycled puffer jacket made from recycled plastic bottles... repurpose/reuse/recycle.