Hyman Wright

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Hyman Wright
Also known as Papa Life
Born Kingston, Jamaica
Origin Brooklyn, New York
Genres Reggae, dancehall
Occupation(s) Record producer
Years active ca. 1972–present
Labels Jah Life

Hyman Wright (also known as Papa Life) is a record producer and audio engineer from Kingston, Jamaica, who has produced more than 150 reggae singles, mostly through his Brooklyn-based record label, Jah Life, which he founded in the late 1970s.

In 1981 Hyman Wright produced one of Eek-A-Mouse's first singles, "Georgie Porgie". After Wright and Barrington Levy met in 1979, Wright produced a number of Levy's early releases. Among these are "Black Roses" (1983) and "Murderer" (1984); the latter Wright co-produced with long-time collaborator Patrick Chin.

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