August 29, 2013 21:20

Flying Lotus picks Tyler, The Creator, Outkast, Aphex Twin for his Grand Theft Auto V radio station Flying Lotus Tickets

The producer and rapper has been given his own station in the new edition of the game

Flying Lotus picks Tyler, The Creator, Outkast, Aphex Twin for his Grand Theft Auto V radio station

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Producer and rapper Flying Lotus has been given his own radio station in the forthcoming Grand Theft Auto V computer game.

FlyLo FM will be one of 17 different stations featured in the game, and as well as featuring his own music - including tracks under his Captain Murphy pseudonym - the station will play songs by Tyler, The Creator, Outkast, Aphex Twin, Hudson Mohawke and Clams Casino, reports Pitchfork.

Of the game's music element, soundtrack supervisor Ivan Pavlovich has commented: "Soundtracks have been an essential part of all our games and for Grand Theft Auto V, we wanted to cover the full breadth of the modern LA scene. From Flying Lotus breaking exclusives on his own radio station FlyLo FM, to new tracks from Wavves and Twin Shadow to some incredible classic hip-hop hosted by DJ Pooh, through to the Narco Corridos of East LOS FM, Grand Theft Auto V's radio stations paint a definitive and eclectic picture of Los Santos through the sounds you’ll hear driving down the freeway."

The FlyLo FM tracklisting is:

Flying Lotus feat. Niki Randa - "Getting There"
Clams Casino - 'Crystals'
Flying Lotus - 'Crosswerved'
Flying Lotus - 'Be Spin'
Flying Lotus - 'See Thru to U'
Flying Lotus - 'The Diddler'
Flying Lotus - 'Computer Face Rmx'
Hudson Mohawke - '100hm'
Flying Lotus feat. Niki Randa - 'The Kill'
Tyler, the Creator - 'Garbage'
Outkast - 'Elevators (Me & You)'
Captain Murphy - 'Evil Grin'
Flying Lotus - 'Catapult Man'
Dabrye - 'Encoded Flow'
Machinedrum - 'She Died There'
DJ Rashad - 'It's Wack'
Thundercat - 'Oh Sheit It's X'
Flying Lotus - 'Stonecutters'
Shadow Child - '23'
Kingdom - 'Stalker Ha'
Aphex Twin - 'Windowlicker'

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