Pirate Music is a chain of media entertainment stores featured in Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto V.


Grand Theft Auto IV

Pirate Music has its flagship store located in Star Junction. Despite the word "music" being in its name, Pirate Music also sells films, books and games according to branding.

They are one of the official sponsor of the CNT program I'm Rich.

In 2004, Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster filled a lawsuit against Pirate Music, claiming that they made a young boy named Nick Patterson become obsessed with Richard Wagner operas. Goldberg lost the case, because of a lack of "common sense".

Grand Theft Auto V

The business returns to Grand Theft Auto V with two music stores in Little Seoul and in Burton, Los Santos. The store is Little Seoul is claimed to be the flagship store, even though its clearly not big enough for a flagship store in comparison to the one in Liberty City.


Grand Theft Auto IV

Grand Theft Auto V



  • The company is named after the crime of piracy and Copyright infringement of digital entertainment products. Like music, movies and video games, which Pirate Music sells.
    • Along with the reference to digital piracy, the branding of the company is based on the stereotypical pirate, with eyepatches, skulls, and Jolly Roger flags.
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