New Rockstar Music Video Shot Entirely In Grand Theft Auto 5

New Rockstar Music Video Shot Entirely In Grand Theft Auto 5

Celebrate Grand Theft Auto Online After Hours with a new music video.

DJ Solomun, a German-based DJ and a featured guest DJ in Grand Theft Auto Online's newest, nightclub-themed expansion After Hours, released a new official music video made entirely in Grand Theft Auto 5.

The music video for the new single, "Customer is King" tells the fictional story of Solomun's life within the Grand Theft Auto universe where he is a courier in Los Santos. The city however is full of crazy shenanigans as a result of, you know, being the world of Grand Theft Auto. So Solomun must also navigate his way around the mayhem while bumping into characters from GTA 5.

After Hours is a new free update to Grand Theft Auto Online that lets players own and operate their own nightclub in Los Santos. Players can customize the décor, hire personal guest DJs, and ensure that everything runs smoothly. Real-world DJs like Solomun, Tale of Us, Dixon, and The Black Madonna are available at specific dates and players must complete missions in order to unlock them.

Grand Theft Auto Online remains one of the most popular online games, even years after the initial release of Grand Theft Auto 5. You can check out our Grand Theft Auto Online After Hours guide for how to best dominate the nightlife scene of Los Santos.

Rockstar Games is currently working on Red Dead Redemption 2, a sequel to Rockstar's Red Dead Redemption, open world western adventure game. For more, check out our Red Dead Redemption 2 guide for trailers, news, and release info.

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