|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Top Dawg||3||Audio||2005||AD6 Records|
|4||Skook / It's Time||2||Audio||2011-12-20||W.E. Recordings|
|5||You Know The Score / Try It||2||Audio||2012-03-19||W.E. Recordings|
|6||What It Is / Everlasting||3||Audio||2012-05-07||W.E. Recordings|
|7||Sojourn / Give It Up||2||Audio||2012-08-06||W.E. Recordings|
|9||Infinity||4||Audio||2014-03-31||Top Drawer Digital|
Breakbeat, Drum & Bass, Dubstep DJ and Producer.
She made her first musical experiences as a classically trained vocalist and played many instruments such as piano, violin, flute & saxophone during her musical education. When she was in Elementary School she discovered her love for vinyl records. She had been DJing since 1996 and producing electronic music since 1999.
She met Odeed in 2003, moved to California, and began producing breakbeat music together so they created the record label W.E. Recordings (W.E. stands for "West" & "East" as Odeed is from the west coast of the USA and Wish is from the east coast).
In 2007, Odeed & Wish began producing dubstep under their dubstep alias, "HD4000". W.E. Recordings started selling their tunes exclusively in digital format.
In 2011, they expanded to sell songs to major retailers such as iTunes, Amazon, Beatport, TrackItDown and more, as they switched their musical style from Dubstep to Future Jungle. They currently produce music as Odeed & Wish.