Macka B is a reggae artist who has enjoyed a career that has spanned decades.
The musician is also a vegan activist - and well known within the movement for songs including Wha Me Eat and Cucumber among others.
In this exclusive Plant Based News video, Macka B spoke to Founder Klaus Mitchell about veganism and music.
"A healthy body leads to a healthy mind," he says. "It's just kind of obvious that we're not meant to eat meat, just checking our bodies and our teeth.
Legend Macka B speaks to Plant Based News Founder Klaus Mitchell. Subscribe to PBN's YouTube Channel here
"Even the way that people are - I always say to people, 'if you ran over a chicken on the road, and you jumped out of your car, what would your first reaction be? Would it be ah, that's dinner? It wouldn't - it would be - look at that poor chicken'.
"Any animal that eats other animals - when they see a dead animal it's food. They don't think about compassion or nothing like that.
"We think of compassion, so obviously we're not meant to be like that."
The interview was filmed at Vegan CampOut 2018.
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