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"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 the radio station on the Lcn-exchange.com website.

Playlist

Exclusive for PS4, Xbox One, & PC versions

Deleted Songs

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

Video

Original Version:

Grand Theft Auto V Soundtrack- WorldWide FM -Full Radio-01:04:31

Grand Theft Auto V Soundtrack- WorldWide FM -Full Radio-

Enhanced Version:

Worldwide FM - GTA V Radio (Next-Gen)02:00:30

Worldwide FM - GTA V Radio (Next-Gen)

Trivia

  • 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 five radio stations which doesn't feature commercials, the others being FlyLo FM, Soulwax FM, East Los FM and The Lab.
  • "Street Life" by the Crusaders is incorrectly credited solely to Randy Crawford on the radio wheel, even though she was uncredited on the single release of the song. Gilles Peterson, however, does credit both acts.
  • "Viarejo" by Clap! Clap! is misspelt as "Viajero". This may have been an oversight by Rockstar when the next-gen tracklist was under development.
  • The station is listed as a "jazz" station in the game's files as it was originally 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.
  • In the game files of the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, there are some leftover quotes from Liberty Rock Radio.
  • The logo looks similar to PANAM Airlines logo.
  • The logo is similar to the animated work for the 1963 film "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World," a comedy which was considered one of the best comedic movies ever made and which was filmed in parts of Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Rancho Palos Verdes, and Palm Springs. It resembles certain posters and film covers for the movie.

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