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'Plastic State Of Mind' Rap Parody Drawing Big Numbers On YouTube

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With Italy recently putting into effect Europe’s first nationwide ban on plastic bags, it’s only fitting that a similar movement is underway here in the U.S.

Cities like San Francisco, Westport, Conn. and Edmonds, Wash. have already enacted bans — and D.C. even saw plastic bag use drop 85% after a five-cent fee went into effect.

So, enter this parody of Jay-Z’s insanely popular “Empire State of Mind” song. While I’ve grown tired of the endless takes this groove has inspired, I can certainly get behind one as catchy and well-done as “Plastic”.

It was produced by the environmental activist group Green Sangha — and already had close to 300,000 views on YouTube. Let’s hope the power of music helps convince a few more people (and cities/states/countries) that dropping plastic is the right thing to do in 2011.

Check it out after the jump below.

via Treehugger

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