Wikluh Sky x FRENKIE x Who See x Sara Jo
Đorđe Miljenović aka Wikluh Sky is a Serbian musician, MC and producer best known as a member of Bad Copy, one of most the influential Serbian hip-hop groups.
Wikluh Sky graduated from music high school, having additionally completed two years of Belgrade Music Academy before dropping out. In his long and diverse music career he collaborated with numerous artists as a performer and producer, tracking his own 8 official album productions and among other acclaimed songwriting and producer works, Serbian pop star Ana Stanić’s single “Više Nisi Moj” and Who See’s ESC 2013 entry for Montenegro “Igranka”. He also starred in Serbian version of the show Your Face Sounds Familiar and Operation Triumph. In 2005, Đorđe created Frank Zappaesque rock-opera called "Pollution in Japan", being the first release under his birth name on which he played most of the instruments himself and in 2010, he composed music for A Serbian Film. Recently, Đorđe Miljenović started a new project forming his own supergroup that combines different musical styles into harmonic pop, rock & roll and blues sound with highly anticipated double album release coming up this year.
Wikluh Sky is the ambassador for the Tuborg Open project and will lend his eclectic production skills to three chosen artists who will work on Major Lazer’s beat. We’re looking forward to the result of this awesome Western Balkans collaboration.
Listen to Wikluh Sky’s music here.
Adnan Hamidović Frenkie is one of the most successful and most influential Balkan rappers. He released seven studio albums with the most popular ones being: “Odličan cd“, “Protuotrov“, “Troyanac“ and the latest album “Putanja“ released under Universal Music label. Frenkie is famous for his social engagement, he is a human rights activist and he strongly stands against nationalism and hate. He received the Croatian award “Zlatna Koogla“, “Davorin“ prize in Bosnia and MTV Best Adria Act in 2013. With ten other hip hop artists from Europe he released the “Diversidad“ album, and his song “Pismo Milanu“ was an inspiration for two documentary movies “Pismo“ and “Granica“. The critics named him a hero of the generation and his lyrics are often compared with poetry.
Listen to FRENKIE’s music here
Who See are Dedduh (Dejan Dedović) and Noyz (Mario Đorđević), a hip-hop duo from the Bay of Kotor, in Montenegro.
The group was formed in the early 2000s recording their first demo track titled “Dim po dim“. In 2007, they released their debut album, “Sviranje kupcu“, but it wasn't until 2012, with album "Krs i draca", that they became legit representatives of mainstream Hip Hop in the region.
With their recognisable witty lyrics and easy flow, it was such a big hit that led to them to win the MTV award for the Best Regional Act that same year.
In 2013, Who See represented Montenegro on Eurovision Song Contest held in Malmö, Sweden. They have three albums so far, and hundreds of performances on all major live events in the region.
Their new album is due this summer.
Listen to Who See's music here.
Sara Jo is a Serbian pop singer who rose to prominence by being a finalist in Serbian singing talent show “Prvi Glas Srbije”. As a member of a group named Moje 3, she represented Serbia on Eurovision Song Contest in 2013 in Malmö, Sweden. She listed Britney Spears, Beyonce, Rihanna, Jessie J, Leona Lewis, Ciara, and Amy Winehouse as her main influences. Before becoming famous, she had a YouTube channel where she posted covers of popular pop songs. After Eurovision, she participated in Serbian version of the show Your Face Sounds Familiar with her interpretations of Leona Lewis and Britney Spears as most successful ones. Since 2014, she released singles “Ko je ovde ko“, “Provokacija“, “Mahovina“ and “Probaj“; and she just released her long-awaited single “Nemam Vremena Za To“. Besides being an amazing vocalist, Sara is a great dancer and actress, which she most recently proved in Serbian adaptation of Broadway musicle “Cinderella“ by playing the lead role of Cinderella.
Listen to Sarah Jo's music here.