The singer, who is up for three prizes at this year's ceremony, admitted that winning a prize would only bring financial gain to his record label.
"I don't care if I win or not. An award will help me sell more records but why would I care if I sell more records? I'm not making money out of record sales. Artists don't - the label does," he told The Sun.
"I've never been to a Brit Awards - after the first album there was no way of that happening but it's all an experience. It's so big and extravagant. There will be loads of beautiful female celebrities, some music. The fireworks and s**t like that. I'll enjoy it, man."
Discussing Tinie Tempah, who is nominated in same categories as the the star for Best Male, Best Single and Best Album, he insisted that he would be pleased if Tempah won over him.
"I respect Tinie for what he's done this year," he explained. "I think he deserves something and I'm in categories with him so there's every chance that I won't win anything."
It was recently reported that Plan B has been forced to scale back his planned performance at tonight's ceremony.