New exhibit honors late rapper Fred The Godson

A new immersive experience is coming to the Bronx in honor of late rapper Fred The Godson, who died at 35 years old due to COVID-19 complications during the peak of the pandemic.  
Every corner, wall, and turn inside the exhibit, located in Mott Haven, brings you a closer look into the life of Fred The Godson, from pictures, quotes, sneakers or platinum records that helped define his life.  
Wednesday marked the one-year anniversary of the rapper being honored by the Bronx community through a street co-naming of Fredrick The Godson Thomas Way.  
The rapper’s brother says that his passing away was abrupt, but that giving back to the community is what Fred The Godson would have wanted, as he never forgot where he came from. The late rapper worked with many renowned artists like Fat Joe, Jadakiss, Pusha T, and more. 
Fred The Godson was mostly known in the music industry for his creative wordplay and clever rhyme schemes, and the immersive experience helps bring people closer to his life and career.  
The God Level Studio: The Gallery opens on Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. for special guests.