Clive Hunt, a Jamaican reggae producer born in 1952 in Linstead, St. Catherine, Jamaica, started his musical journey by mastering the trumpet while attending Stony Hill School. At the age of seventeen, he joined the 1st Battalion, The Jamaica Regiment Band. After leaving the service, he was recruited by Byron Lee for his band, the Dragonaires, and toured with them in North America.
In the late 1970s, Hunt relocated to New York City and collaborated with notable figures like Joe Gibbs and Lloyd Barnes in Wackie's set-up. He became a U.S. citizen in 1987 but later returned to Jamaica, achieving significant success as a producer and arranger. Some of Hunt's notable productions include hits such as 'Putting Up Resistance' with Beres Hammond, 'I Can See Clearly Now' for Jimmy Cliff, the Steely & Clevie remake of 'You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)' with Dawn Penn, and his work with veteran rockers, the Rolling Stones, solidifying his reputation in the music industry.
In addition to his noteworthy contributions to the music industry, Clive Hunt played a pivotal role as a producer for VP Records and Greensleeves Records. His extensive body of work includes the production of significant singles and albums that have left a lasting impact on the reggae scene. Some of these notable releases include "The Biggest Reggae On Drop Anthems 2015" (2015), "We Remember Dennis Brown" (2016), "Blue Lizzard" (2020), "Bad Bad Bad" (2020), and "Rub-A-Dub Soul" (2023).