Jaime talks Jazz and Reggae Album ‘Fresh Produce’ 

Pianist and Music Producer, Jaime Hinckson recently released his Jazz and Reggae Album titled ‘Fresh Produce’. The Producer who was born and raised in Florida to Jamaica parents cites Errol Garner as an influence who exposed him to music growing up. He was also introduced to the piano from a tender where he met Joan McMorris who he affectionately calls ‘ Miss Mac”, who planted the seed of music in his life which as bore great fruit. The talented Hinckson later went to under study  Leslie Butler, a man known as “one of the most ingenious pianists to ever come out of Jamaica.” 

Hinckson has performed at several large-scale events including the Air Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival in Montego Bay, where he played on the main stage alongside popular artists including John Legend, Patti LaBelle, Al Green and Air Supply.

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Hinckson went on to release his first self-produced Reggae Jazz album, Take Flight, in 2013.

 Since then, he has taken the music scene by storm with his classical technique. Raising the standards in 2022, the Artist is set to release his latest project, ‘Fresh Produce’, alongside an assortment of international remixes and the launch of his new label, Miss Mac Music. 

Aside from his work in the studio, Hinckson travels the world as keyboardist and musical director for Julian Marley’s band “The Uprising.” He can also be seen jamming on stage with notable artists like The Wailers, Hollie Cook, Jesse Royal, and The Wailing Souls, to name a few.