|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Zašto Brate Wikler?||23||Audio||2005||One Records (3)|
|2||Ortaci Ne Znaju||18||Audio||2007||Multimedia Records|
|3||Idemo Odma||2||Audio||2010||Breaks Per Minute Records|
Wikluh Sky is the most productive member of the Serbian rap group Bad Copy, constantly working on multiple projects, many of them outside of hip-hop, but seldom releasing them. Among his works are one reggae album with the group 'Shappa' (with Coyote of the band Eyesburn); a punk album with the band 'Jogurt'; a rock opera called "Zagađenje u Japanu" (en: Pollution in Japan) about a transvestite turbo-folk star, written for the EXIT festival in 2005; a rap album called "Zašto brate Wikler?".
His second solo album "Ortaci ne znaju" ("Homies Don't Know") was released in November 2007.
In 2007 he wrote and produced several tracks on Ana Stanić's latest album "Sudar" that came out in March 2008. Also in early 2008 Wikluh Sky recorded a song called "Lova" with Šaban Bajramović for the TV series "Vratiće se rode".
His latest contribution was a theme song for the horror-thriller movie "Srpski Film".