Top 4 advocates for marijuana in the music world   

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Days are coming when you can smoke weed openly on the street without cops harassing you. A popular Tacoma marijuana store has seen exponential growth in Washington due to recreational legalization.  Colorado and Washington are the only two places in the world which have a regulated system for pot sales to adults more than 21 years of age. Medical marijuana sales are common in the U.S. now. In the past, the musicians have been shy about smoking weed. But now they are announcing about the habit in public. Here are top 4 advocates of marijuana in the music world.


Sting is a philanthropist and author of many soft rock classics. Sting has spoken about the consumption of marijuana and supports the notion that people who need medical marijuana can treat various diseases.

Melissa Etheridge

She helped in the medical marijuana approval in New York State. She mostly speaks about medical marijuana. According to her, medical marijuana is good stuff so people must be allowed to buy it without breaking the law.

Jack Black

He is a musician and a comedian. He wrote many funny pot songs showing his support of the drug.  He was part of the advisory board for the Marijuana Policy Project.

Alanis Morissette

She is a supporter of weed and has mentioned in her interviews how pot can positively influence creativity. Many of her music were inspired from smoking weed. She mentioned that marijuana helps her in writing songs.

These musicians have declared their habit of smoking weed public. They support the fact that medical marijuana is very helpful and weed can help in creative activities.

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Many musicians have mentioned marijuana as an important element to their creative process. Louie Armstrong was the first musician who made his use of marijuana public. Many musicians today consider marijuana as their friend and drive to create something new.