Hip-Hop Artist, Independent Label BPG Creator.
"The minute J Fields walks in, the room gets brighter. Seriously, this guy lights everything up with his superstar smile. Donovan and I didn't stop laughing the whole time we shot him - he can't help but entertain. His charisma and passion for helping end animal suffering make him one of my new favorite activists. HEY guess what?! You can vote for him in PETA's Sexiest Veg contest: http://features.peta.org/Sexiest-Vegetarian-2012/Contestant.aspx?cid=8590 (It only takes a minute to sign up to vote, no email verification process). Like his Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/jfieldsmusic" - Melissa Schwartz
Born in Detroit, Michigan, Vegan rapper J Fields is a nationally touring Hip-Hop artist and performer with a passion for music that moves people. He strongly believes in the power of positive energy and using music to inspire individuals to be the best they can be. Fields has risen from hardship, all the way to creating his own independent label, Black Polarbare Game (BPG), with which he aspires to help talented musicians pursue their dreams.
SS: What made you go vegan and why?
JF: I was helping a friend prepare for a PETA demo against KFC when I went vegan. The following day I went out to the protest and witnessed the power of the people. I knew that what I was doing before that day was wrong. I’ve vegan since that day.
SS: Has it been difficult for you? If yes what was difficult and did it get easier?
JF: It hasn’t been difficult for me at all. I was already a vegetarian before making the decision to go vegan. I think it’s best to take it one step at a time.
SS: What are some animal rights related things that you participate in?
JF: Everyday I spread the word about veganism leading example, living a cruelty free life. I also participate in PETA demos every chance I get.
SS: What are your favorite animal rights organizations?
JF: My favorite animal rights organizations are PETA, of course, Farm Sanctuary, ARME, The Humane Society, just to name a few.
SS: What would you say to somebody who is considering going vegan?
JF: Do some research; find out what you’re eating, and what they’re doing to these animals and the rest will follow.
SS: Do you have any memories that stand out in your mind about someone saving an animal? Or relating to an animal in a unique way?
JF: I do have one memory that stands out in my mind. When I was younger my cousin had a Chihuahua, and at the time she was going thru a break-up. Louie, The Chihuahua, knew that something was wrong and comforted her.