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Arca and Rosalía set to host new Grand Theft Auto Online radio station

Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Eminem will also make an appearance in the new update

  • Gemma Ross
  • 16 December 2021
Arca and Rosalía set to host new Grand Theft Auto Online radio station

Arca and Rosalía are due to team up and host a new radio station in the next Grand Theft Auto expansion, The Contract.

Rockstar Games, the creators of GTA, announced the new storyline of the game to be added to Grand Theft Auto V - complete with added tracks to existing stations from Moodymann, Pusha-T, Kenny Beats, and more.

“MOTOMAMI Los Santos, a genre-spanning new station from ROSALÍA x Arca feat. Caroline Polachek, Daddy Yankee and Aventura,” Rockstar Games posted on Instagram on Tuesday.

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“Plus ROSALÍA's 'LA FAMA' with The Weeknd from the Motomami album, tracks from Arca, and much more.”

It appears that the pair will be bringing in tracks from the likes of Caroline Polachek and Mr. Fingers, although it’s unclear whether the station will be genre-specific.

In October, Snoop Dogg revealed that Dr. Dre would also feature on the soundtrack for the next GTA storyline. “He’s making great fucking music,” Snoop told Rolling Stone’s Music Now podcast. “Some of his music is connected to the GTA game that’s coming out.”

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Now, Rockstar Games have confirmed the addition of six new Dre tracks, which include two solo tracks and collaborations with Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Rick Ross, and Ty Dolla $ign.

“Discover new songs from Dr. Dre — premiering exclusively within this massive update to GTA Online. And get a rare inside look at Dr. Dre working his magic at Record A Studios,” Rockstar Games posted on Instagram just yesterday.

The expansion will also include a new music studio added in-game where users are encouraged to “kick back” and watch a “behind-the-scenes glimpse of the hit-making process”.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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