In the 1990s, Jay Levine and James Bryan McCollum were both members of a Canadian R & B band The Philosopher Kings. After a physical altercation between them, they attempted to smooth things over by writing music together. While on a European tour with the band, the two created a comedic song in which they sang in a British accent. The song did not fit in with the music of the Philosopher Kings, but the band’s record company, thought it would make for an release on it’s own. The two songwriters set aside their differences and created Prozzäk. Release albums and videos feature themselves as animated characters
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