|Also known as||Papa Life|
|Origin||Brooklyn, New York|
|Years active||ca. 1972–present|
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.
- Wright, Hyman (18 December 2010). (FM radio). Interview with Carter Van Pelt. New York City: WKCR https://archive.org/details/JahLifeOnWkcr12-18-2010. Retrieved 14 April 2012. Missing or empty
- "'Scion Sashay' Success". Reggae Vibes Productions. 2001. Retrieved 13 April 2012.
- Hyman Wright discography at Discogs
- Hyman Wright in the Jamaican Riddim Directory
- Hyman Wright at ReggaeID
- Hyman Wright at Riddimguide.com
- Hyman Wright at Roots Archives