Monday, February 6 marked the 72nd birthday for the legendary internationally acclaimed Reggae icon, Robert Nesta 'Bob' Marley. This Jamaican singer, song writer, guitarist and musician is no doubt one of the best the world has ever seen.
As a former home of the icon, the Bob Marley Museum became abuzz with all things Reggae and Rasta on his birthday, paying tribute to the one to whom the world and in particular, Jamaica, owes a debt of gratitude.
Jamaican clothing brand, Patwa Apparel, was on hand to provide celebrants a true taste of yaad in the form of its unique t-shirts which uses the Jamaican language on its collections. Included in the line up of celebrants was the Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, who not only did the routine tour of the grounds but was also impressed and led to make a purchase of his Patwa Apparel t-shirts, leaving with a tip.
The PM Is quite funny too; he made a politically correct choice in selecting both red and green shirts :) You can get yours too right now, right here.