Grand Theft Auto 5 Used To Create An Entire Music Video

Los Santos has a new DJ.

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Now Playing: Grand Theft Auto Online - After Hours Update Trailer

As part of GTA Online: After Hours, DJ Solomun released a music video which is entirely shot in Grand Theft Auto 5. It marks the first time a real-world artist has debuted new music through their own story within the GTA universe.

The video showcases a day in Solomun's GTA life, delivering packages and vehicles across Los Santos while trying to not get caught up in the everyday mayhem that plagues the city. The drama plays out over Solomun's newest EP, "Customer is King."

After Hours adds several new updates to GTA Online, the most noticeable of which is a feature that allows you to manage your own nightclub. You complete missions to keep your club running, whether that's securing bar and security staff or promoting your venue. You also have to hire the right DJ, and you have the option of choosing amongst real-world artists who perform their music within the game. After Hours added Solomun first. Tale of Us comes to GTA Online on July 31, Dixon on August 7, and The Black Madonna on August 14.

After Hours also allows players to compete in Business Battles, where everyone fights to claim items that improve their business ventures. The update adds seven new vehicles as well.

GTAV is the gift that keeps on giving. Rockstar's game has remained at or near the top of different sales charts for years, a constant reminder that people are still buying the game five years after its release. In our Grand Theft Auto 5 review, we gave the game a 9/10.

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