Prozzäk was a Canadian virtual pop music duo consisting of Simon (voiced by Jay Levine) and Milo (voiced by James Bryan McCollum). Their music tells a tale of two friends who are in search of their true love and the music videos feature full animation of the two characters.
Originally members of The Philosopher Kings, Levine and McCollum never got along, yet they both agreed that the direction of band was restricting the type of music they wanted to produce. While on a European tour, the two created a comedic song titled "Europa" in which they sang in a British accent. The song did not fit in with the music produced by the Philosopher Kings, but the band's record company, Sony Canada, enjoyed it so the two set aside their differences and created Prozzäk in 1998.
Their first album, Hotshow, was released in late 1998. It featured their platinum songs "Sucks to Be You" and "Strange Disease". Their second album, Saturday People, was released in 2000 by Epic Records and also went platinum with "www.nevergetoveryou" and "Be As". Hotshow and Saturday People were both nominated for Best Album at the Juno Awards in 2000 and 2002, respectively.
Prozzäk resurfaced onto the music scene in 2005 with a new album and a new look. In 2005, Cruel Cruel World was produced from MapleMusic. Simon and Milo appear to have gotten older and more modern and their music has taken a more adult subdued.