GTA V is a true masterpiece. It takes realism in video games to a next level with an awe-inspiring open world, stunning graphics and deep storylines of three protagonists. The in-game music from GTA 5’s soundtrack, with 20 hours of an original score and 15 radio stations hosted by notable artists, makes GTA V a well-rounded experience.
From radio stations curated by the likes of Flying Lotus and Gilles Peterson, to essential West Coast hip hop classics and contemporary beat music, to an original score composed by hip hop stalwarts Oh No and The Alchemist, mixed and arranged by DJ Shadow. GTA V is a true goldmine for (new) music.
This is a list of the best music from the GTA 5 soundtrack according to The Find. We completely focus on new finds, discoveries, favourite tracks and a couple of indispensable classics. This is by no means a complete selection of the ultimate best music, but a shortlist (in no particular order) so you can enjoy and ‘find’ new artists and music. Also if you don’t play GTA V.
Click on the “Keep Reading” arrow below to work your way through ten of our favourite tracks.