- "Bringing the Funk to your assdroid."
- ―GTA V Website
- Bootsy's Rubber Band - I'd Rather Be With You (1976)
- D-Train - You're the One for Me (1981)
- Eddie Murphy - Party All the Time (1985)
- Evelyn "Champagne" King - I'm in Love (12" Version) (1981)
- Kano - Can't Hold Back (Your Lovin') (1981)
- Kleeer - Tonight (1984)
- Bernard Wright – Haboglabotribin’ (1981)
- One Way - Cutie Pie (1982)
- Rick James - Give It to Me Baby (1981)
- Sho-Nuff - Funkasize You (1978)
- Stevie Wonder - Skeletons (1987)
- Taana Gardner – Heartbeat (Club Version) (1981)
- Zapp - Heartbreaker, Pts. 1-2 (1983)
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- Billy Ocean - Nights (Feel Like Getting Down) (1981)
- Cameo - Back and Forth (1986)
- Central Line - Walking Into Sunshine (1981)
- Dazz Band - Joystick (1983)
- Imagination - Flashback (1981)
- Parliament - Flash Light (1977)
- Parliament - Mothership Connection (Star Child) (1975)
- The Fatback Band - Gotta Get My Hands On Some (Money) (1979)
- Roger - Do It Roger (1981)
GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals more songs were planned to appear on the station but were not included in the final version.
- Con Funk Shun - Ffun (1978)
- Kleeer - Intimate Connection (1984)
- Rick James - You and I (1978)
- Zapp - Be Alright (LP Version) (1980)
- This station's name and logo are a reference to the French band Space.
- Skeletons by Stevie Wonder was used in the second trailer for GTA V.
- This is possibly Amanda De Santa's favorite radio station, as it is the defaut station whenever the player enters her Sentinel (alongside Lowdown FM).
- "Give It To Me Baby" by Rick James is heard in the mission Fame or Shame.
- "Party All the Time" by Eddie Murphy, can be heard in the background in-between songs whenever Bootsy Collins is talking. It also features during the montage in the movie Meltdown. Coincidentally, Charlie Murphy, Eddie Murphy's brother, provided the voice of Jizzy B. in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
- "Flash Light" by Parliament was used in the Playstation 4 TV ad for GTA V.
- Space 103.2 is probably based on the San Diego radio station KHRM-FM, better known as Magic 92.5. Considering the obvious reference of Channel X to 91.1 (or 91 X as it is more commonly known) and that Rockstar has an office in San Diego makes it more likely.
- Bounce FM: A funk radio station featured in GTA San Andreas that also features songs from Cameo, Dazz Band, The Fatback Band, Rick James and Zapp.
- Wildstyle: A station in GTA Vice City that also plays a song by Zapp.
- Fever 105: Another Vice City station that also features songs by Rick James and Evelyn King.
- VCFL: A radio station in GTA Vice City Stories that also features a Rick James song.
- IF99: Another funk station featured in GTA IV.
- Lo-Fi FM and Futuro FM: Two radio stations from GTA2 which also play funk.
- Radio '76 FM: A radio station in GTA 1 which plays funk.
- K109 The Studio: A radio station in GTA IV and EFLC which plays funk and disco music.