Troy "Troyton" Hinds is known as one of Jamaica's most creative, talented, innovative and hardworking producer.
He has been in the music business since 1993, starting out as a sound system owner. He didn't only own and manage the system, Ampler The Element of Surprise, but was also a selector within that same period of time he went on to become a member of Bass Odyssey sound system. He cut some of their baddest dubplate anthems which influenced him in becoming a producer.
In 1996, Troyton expanded his horizon by producing his first record with Baby Wayne a single called "Idle", which quickly dominated the dancehall scene and became a hit on his previous record label Amplex Records. With the success of the single, he produced other riddims like, "Bottle Mash", "Freedom", "Water Drops", and "Energize" with hit singles "Squeeze Trigga" by Mavado and "Boom Pon It" by Aidonia.
In 2010, he changed his record label's name to Troyton Music just before he released the "Compassion Riddim" with hit single "I Know You Want Me" by Mavado which was later remixed by R&B superstar NeYo. The remix gained international recognition for his label and made it to the top ten on a few major charts in England, Miami, and the Caribbean.
Troyton released another massive project "Intoxxicated Riddim" with two major hit tracks "7Eleven" by Dexta Daps and "Big Deal" by Chris Martin. Troyton was awarded for Song of the Year for "7Eleven" and Riddim of the Year in 2015 by 21st Hapilos.
In 2016, Troyton dominated dancehall with hit singles "Trigger Work It" by Aidonia, "Run Een" by Mavado and "Top Rank" by Masicka & Bounty Killer.
Troyton continues to put in the hard work by working with talented artists in different genres and creating massive hits in dancehall/reggae each year.