Behind The Underdog Project there are producers and DJs: Steve Browarzcyk, Toni Cottura and Sahin Moshirian (DJ Shahin). Vic Krishna represents this project as singer on stage. He is being completed by many other artists what you can hear on the album "It Doesn´t Matter" where there is a different voice (rap and singing) on each song. Except from Vic and Craig Smart there are Choice, P. Suave, Terry, Shade, Carlos E. Harmon and Anthony Freeman from the R´n´B-duo Jonestown and even the producer Tone (Toni Cottura) himself who can be heard. Their music was described as a mix of elements of reggae, RnB, freestyle, and English 2-step. The result of this was very nice dance tracks. The band was formed when Vic Krishna was visiting Germany and had a jam session with Canadian singer Craig Smart and the production team of Tone Def and Triple S. The first single Summer Jam was one of the biggest pop hits in Europe of 2000.
The Underdog Project is a German-Belgian dance group which launched its first album, It Doesn't Matter in 2001. Their hits include "Saturday" (not to be confused with "Saturday Night"; this was not released until two years after the album had come out), "Summer Jam" and "Tonight". The band has four members: Vic Krishna (vocals), Craig Smart (vocals), DJ Frank (remixes) and AJ Duncan (keyboards).