Since releasing his debut album Take Flight—a reggae jazz instrumental compilation of originals and popular covers—Jaime Hinckson has taken the music scene by storm with his classical technique and unique improvisational approach. Weaving seamlessly between styles, Jaime hooked us with his 2020 sophomore album, Take Time, a classic hip hop jazz experience revered by lo-fi enthusiasts and audiophiles alike. His musical signature can be heard across the globe on a variety of alluring collaborations, no matter the genre. Most recently, the jazz pianist has been captivating audiences with his latest instrumental project, Fresh Produce. Taking influence from a few of the tracks, Jaime has been producing an assortment of international reggae remixes that has kept listeners buzzing over the launch of his new label, Miss Mac Music
Aside from his Grammy award-winning work in the studio, Hinckson travels the world as keyboardist and musical director for Julian Marley & The Uprising. He can also be seen jamming on stage with other notable artists like The Wailers, Hollie Cook, The Wailing Souls, and Hempress Sativa, to name a few.