"Bringing the Funk to your Assdroid."
―GTA V Website

Space 103.2 is a funk and post-disco radio station featured in Grand Theft Auto V. The radio station is hosted by Bootsy Collins.


Exclusive for PS4, Xbox One & PC versions

Deleted Songs

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GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals more songs were planned to appear on the station but were not included in the final version.

Alongside the trackID.gtx2 database, more songs were found in a early build of GTA V on a dev PlayStation 3.[7]

  • Randy Crawford - You Might Need Somebody
  • The Whispers - Rock Steady
  • Dazz Band - Joystick[8]
  • Eugene Wilde - Gotta Get You Home Tonight
  • Young and Company - I like What You're Doing To Me
  • Loose Ends - Slow Down
  • Fatback Band - I Found Lovin'
  • Cameo - She's Strange
  • Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove
  • Rick James - Mary Jane[9]
  • George Benson - Give Me The Night
  • Central Line - Walking Into Sunshine
  • Joe Tex - Loose Caboose



Full soundtrack:

Space 103

Space 103.2 - GTA V Radio (Next-Gen)


  • 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 Denise Clinton's & Amanda De Santa's favorite radio station, as it is the default station whenever the player enters Amanda's 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, the late 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.
  • The station is most likely based on KQIE 104.7, a funk station that broadcasts throughout the Greater Los Angeles area.

See Also

  • 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.
  • Paradise FM: A radio station in GTA Vice City Stories that plays post-disco.
  • IF99: Another funk station featured in GTA IV.
  • The Vibe 98.8: A radio station in GTA IV that plays R&B and post-disco.
  • 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.


  1. TrackID.gxt2: 0x6AFEAE2D = Ffun
  2. TrackID.gxt2: 0x009BA7A3 = Reach For It
  3. TrackID.gxt2: 0x5A08A7DC = Intimate Connection
  4. TrackID.gxt2: 0x72E15AAD = Mary Jane
  5. TrackID.gxt2: 0xB1A6F9DD = You And I
  6. TrackID.gxt2: 0x3030F387 = Be Alright (LP Version)
  7. GTA Forums:
  8. Dazz Band - Joystick: This is featured in the enhanced version, but was intended to be released in the original version.
  9. This song was previously featured on VCFL in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.