|Born||31 May 1952|
|Origin||Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica|
|Labels||Trojan, Azul, High Note,Wackies, Universal, Barclay, Sony/Columbia, Treasure Isle, Island, Island Jamaica, Dynamics, Mango, Federal, Tuff Gong International, VP Records|
Hunt learned the trumpet while at Stony Hill Approved school, and joined the 1st Battalion Jamaica Regiment Band at the age of seventeen. On leaving the service he was recruited by Byron Lee for his band the Dragonaires, touring with the group in North America. He became a sought-after session musician, playing trumpet and also bass guitar, flute, horn, keyboards, and saxophone. He was also employed as an arranger and producer, working with many singers and musicians. Amongst others he worked with: Byron Lee & the Dragonaires, Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, Peter Tosh, Wailers, Grace Jones, Max Romeo, Pablo Moses, Jimmy Cliff, Johnny Clarke, Judy Mowatt, Devon Irons, Duke Reid, Sister Carol, Marcia Griffiths, Yasus Afari, J.C. Lodge, Congos, Chaka Demus, Ruddy Thomas, Twiggy, Al Campbell, Joe Higgs, Burning Spear, Lloyd Parks, Horace Andy, Dean Frazer, Gregory Isaacs, Jimmy Riley, I-Threes, Spanner Banner, Toots & the Maytals, Leroy Sibbles, Leroy Smart, Nadine Sutherland, Delroy Wilson, Capleton, Chris Stanley, Trinity, Errol Brown, Dillinger, Phillip Frazer, Nitty Gritty, Cutty Ranks, Ras Michael & the Sons of Negus, Vybz Kartel, Chris Martin, Kiprich, Macka Diamond, Aidonia, Sizzla, Lutan Fyah, Alpha Blondy, King Sounds, Dennis Bovell, The Brecker Brothers, Kali, Bernard Lavilliers, Betty Wright, Pushim and Tiken Jah Fakoly.
Hunt emigrated to New York City in the late 1970s, while in New York, he worked with Joe Gibbs and Lloyd Barnes' Wackies set-up. He developed cocaine dependence and in 1987 was deported from the US after being charged with drug-related offences. He went through rehab in 1991 and has since re-established himself as a successful producer, working with the likes of Beres Hammond, Judy Mowatt, The Abyssinians and Garnett Silk, and recorded with Jimmy Cliff, Steely & Clevie and The Rolling Stones.
- Moskowitz, David (2006) Caribbean Popular Music: an Encyclopedia of Reggae, Mento, Ska, Rock Steady, and Dance Hall, Greenwood Press, ISBN 0-313-33158-8, p.144
- Larkin, Colin (1998) The Virgin Encyclopedia of Reggae, Virgin Books, ISBN 0-7535-0242-9, p.131
- "'Our Music Can Survive Another 40 Years'", Jamaica Gleaner, 5 April 2015. Retrieved 5 April 2015