A$AP Rocky – Untitled (‘Grand Theft Auto V’ Soundtrack)

Looks like Tyler, the Creator's latest track, "Garbage," isn't the only to surface from the highly-anticipated Grand Theft Auto V soundtrack, as we now get to check out A$AP Rocky's contributing song as well. The Rockstar franchise looks to continue its stellar soundtrack success, and with addition music from the likes of Ab-Soul, OutKast, MC Eiht, Kendrick Lamar, N.W.A., 2Pac and more, it's safe to say that they've got another great one on the way. Check out Rocky's currently untited song down below, and lets all hope for a full stream of the soundtrack to release sooner than later. Grand Theft Auto V hits shelves September 17.

By: Richard Brooks / Hip hop / August 24, 2013 / 10813 Views / Source: DefPenRadio
  • JustinValdes

    i feel bad for anybody that will be in a free roam lobby with me in this game

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  • James Paul Herman

    This is phoned in crap: "label name, rap glossary term #6, piece of brain anatomy, something that rhymes with that label name" repeat repeat repeat, aaaaaaand verse complete! Rapping is so easy!

  • dope shit

    its got that san andreas beat, haha its dope

  • Tommy

    im gonna get ignorant as fuck to this gta get ready for me

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  • JustinValdes

    We have to remember this is the first grand theft auto that is gunna actually fit in the time period of its release so it makes sense to have modern artists. just a simple reminder

  • Ceezhure

    Welcome to the world of creating song lyrics, did you just start listening to music?

  • James Paul Herman

    Parsimonious deduction my friend; incorrect however. I happen to be a fan of A$AP Rocky's music, and while I recognize that he often uses rap cliches and frequently mentions fashion label names in his lyrics I found this particular example to be far inferior to previous efforts. For example, I quite enjoy the track "Fashion Killa" which features heavy use of label names. I think that track features superior instrumentation / production, and unlike this track, I was able to discern an overall message from "Fashion Killa": namely two individuals connecting over their love of clothing. I guess my choice of insulting the formulaic quality of the track amounted to a misrepresentation of the reason for my dislike.

  • ??

    This is song for a video game??-you need to tone it down a notch

  • https://www.facebook.com/asabere.akwasi Akwasi Asabere

    False, GTA IV fit in present day time also bud. It had a pretty current soundtrack at the time of it's release.

  • James Paul Herman

    Why does it matter what the song is "for"? Music is music is music. I either like music or I don't according to my tastes, I suppose you'd suggest I "tone down" my criteria for musical quality in general? Nah, I'll stick with my preferences, you can stick with yours. If you think a discourse on this subject is unwarranted, skip the comments section perhaps?

  • turnt

    dude shut the fuck up

  • James Paul Herman

    No thank you.

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  • JamesisaFaggot

    Your preference needs some fixing up, considering you think fashion killa is a good song; the worst song on the entire album. besides not every single song is made to have a message, you do realize that? tEspecially with rap. Get your shit together

  • chip

    U definetaly the first person in this group proud to be white

  • James Paul Herman

    Totally reasonable statement of YOUR tastes. Agree to disagree.

  • lalaland

    ''San diego, which in german means a whales vagina. Doesnt it mean saint diego? Well agree to disagree!''