Barack Obama became the first US president to set foot in Jamaica since 1982- and made some time for the late reggae legend Bob Marley. On arrival, Obama descended from Air Force One to greet a long line of people including Jamaican Prime Minister Portman Simpson-Miller, whom he embraced. After a hotel stop, Obama headed to the Bob Marley Museum, taking a brief tour of the Kingston landmark. The museum is a large house with walls painted red, green and yellow with a statue of Marley playing his guitar out front among the palm trees. Bob Marley, Jamaica’s musical export with a global following, died of cancer in Florida in 1981.