|Location:||Vinewood Hills, Los Santos, San Andreas|
|Genre:||Chillwave, Jazz-Funk, World, Dubstep|
|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto V|
|Tagline(s):||"Gilles Peterson brings beats from around the world to Los Santos."|
- "Join Gilles Peterson as he brings that perfect beat to Los Santos."
- ― Description at LCN.com.
WorldWide FM is a radio station featured in Grand Theft Auto V hosted by British-French-Swiss DJ Gilles Peterson (also referenced to as G.P. in-game). The player can buy stocks from then in the Lcn-exchange.com website.
- Cashmere Cat - Mirror Maru (2012)
- The Hics - Cold Air (2013)
- inc. - The Place (2013)
- Trickski - Beginning (2011)
- Mala - Ghost (2012)
- Swindle - Forest Funk (2012)
- Tom Browne - Throw Down (1979)
- Donald Byrd - You And The Music (1975)
- Candido - Thousand Finger Man (1970)
- Toro Y Moi - Harm in Change (2013)
- Kyodai - Breaking (2012)
- Django Django - Waveforms (2011)
- The Gaslamp Killer - Nissim (2012)
- Owiny Sigoma Band - Harpoon Land (2013)
- Guts - Brand New Revolution (2011)
- Yuna - Live Your Life (MELO-X MOTHERLAND GOD MIX) (2012)
- Kiko Navarro, Amor & Tucillo - Lovery (Slow Cuban Vibe Mix) (2012)
- Richard Spaven - 1759 (Outro) (2010)
- Hackman - Forgotten Notes (2012)
GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals one more song was planned to appear on the station but was not included in the final version.
- Weldon Irvine - We Gettin' Down (1975)
- The station is named after Peterson's real-world weekly radio shows Worldwide on BBC Radio 1 (2007-2012, now succeeded by a self-titled show on BBC Radio 6 Music), and globally syndicated Worldwide International.
- This is one of the four radio stations that are non-stop and don't feature commercials. The others are FlyLo FM, Soulwax FM and East Los FM 106.2.
- The station is listed as a "jazz" station in the game's files as it was orginally meant to be a jazz-funk station during development before it became what it is now. Songs by Tom Browne, Donald Byrd, Candido, and Weldon Irvine, who was cut from the station, were meant for the jazz station.