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Road To Release - Grand Theft Auto V

Posted on Friday, September 13 @ 15:30:00 Eastern by GR_Staff

To best explore Grand Theft Auto V's massive 240-song soundtrack, spread across 15 in-game radio stations—not to mention a full orchestral score for the game's story missions and more—we'll post one song below and a brief text preview of the station it comes from to help you pick a few favorites for your time in Los Santos.

What's not featured here? GTA V's all-talk radio stations. If you don't want the music or stations spoiled, just skip ahead to the world on the next page.


FlyLo FM: DJ Flying Lotus

FlyLo FM gives Flying Lotus the keys to his own GTA radio station, with several tracks from the DJ and a cadre of guests in attendance. FlyLo is joined by the likes of Outkast, Niki Randa, Tyler, the Creator, and Aphex Twin. Here's a track from FlyLo that should give you an idea of what to expect from FlyLo FM's eclectic blend of electronic, hip hop, and more.


Los Santos Rock Radio: DJ Kenny Loggins

Not only is Kenny Loggins hosting an entire classic rock radio station, but that station will also play Michael McDonald and his smooth, svelt, velvety voice. What a fool believes? That this won't be the best station to blast on your trips around Blaine County.


West Coast Classics: DJ Pooh

As you scour Grand Theft Auto V for home, for Grove Street, you should probably lean back, sip some Gin 'n Juice, and crank up West Coast Classics. If you're from the school of San Andreas, channel your inner CJ and let DJ Pooh lay out everything you could want from a classic West Coast hip hop station, complete with Dre, NWA, Too $hort, and even Snoop Dogg.


Non Stop Pop FM: DJ Cara Delevingne

On the beach, downtown, or at the airport, you're bound to steal a few high-end cars from spoiled rich girls, but don't turn that dial! Listen to Non Stop Pop FM and you might find a few tracks to love all around Los Santos. Who can deny the appeal of West End Girls and Pet Shop Boys? How about Rhianna, Hall & Oates, or Kelly Rowland? Why not listen to these chart-topping artists while you're shooting an SMG at pursuing law enforcement?

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