Judasha Productions Overview

Judasha Productions stands as the pinnacle of creative excellence in the heart of Jamaica's music industry, spearheaded by the visionary talent of Koptiq Sun, formerly known as Geoffrey 'Star' Forrest. As the founder and creative force behind Judasha Productions, Koptiq Sun brings an unparalleled wealth of musical experience and a dedication to reinventing the reggae scene.

Founded with an ethos deeply entrenched in the vibrant rhythms of Kingston, Judasha Productions reflects the culmination of Koptiq Sun’s multifaceted musical journey. The name Judasha resonates with a fusion of tradition and innovation, echoing the heritage and artistic evolution at the core of its identity.

The roots of Judasha Productions trace back to Koptiq Sun's remarkable lineage. With a father, Bertram Ranchie' McLean, a revered guitarist and bassist of legendary bands, Geoffrey inherited an exceptional musical pedigree. Initially making his mark in the industry as Rich Kid, his creative output included soul-stirring tracks such as "I Don’t Know," “Soulless Soldier,” “Jah Jah Love,” and “I’ve Got Heaven,” establishing his versatility and songwriting prowess.

His journey expanded beyond personal acclaim, as his collaboration with prominent figures like Shabba Ranks and Jahmel further solidified his impact on the reggae landscape. Recognition through prestigious competitions and international tours bolstered his reputation, culminating in a transformative encounter with Brinsley Forde from Aswad, spawning the captivating single, “Are You Thinking What I’m Thinking.”

However, it was during a pivotal spiritual metamorphosis that Koptiq Sun emerged—a rebirth symbolizing not just a change in name but a profound shift in artistic purpose and expression. The inception of Judasha Productions marked a new chapter in his musical odyssey, infusing his legacy with a renewed sense of purpose and creativity.

At the helm of Judasha Productions, Koptiq Sun has woven a tapestry of sounds that resonates with influences from iconic reggae legends such as Bob Marley, Burning Spear, Dennis Brown, Beres Hammond, and eclectic R&B inspirations. His collaborations with Don Corleon on hit riddims like “Drop Leaf” and “Seasons” showcased his distinct style, enriching the reggae landscape.

Aligned with the esteemed Blue Pie Records, the union promises a reinvigoration of reggae's essence. The alliance between Koptiq Sun and Judasha Productions signifies an exciting era for reggae enthusiasts, poised to experience a harmonious blend of tradition and innovation. Stay tuned for the musical alchemy set to unfold, encapsulating the soulful heartbeat of reggae's future.