With my apologies, we are changing what has been a very lax stance on radio station mods that 5Mods has had over the past few years.
Due to copyright issues, an increase in DMCA takedown requests and the fact the EU is aggressively exploring new copyright legislation that would heavily penalise community sites like 5Mods, we are no longer going to accept Radio Station mods that include any copyrighted music unless you can prove, outright, that the copyright holder has provided an open license to either you, or the general public, for their work to be used. If such proof exists you should state as such in your mod descriptions to make it easier for our moderation team to assess.
If your mod only contains music that is open source or released under an open license (e.g. creative commons) then it is legal and fine to be hosted on 5Mods. However, if your mod contains commercial music that is copyrighted (note, this basically fits almost all music you find on the internet) then it is not legal, and we can no longer allow it to be hosted on 5Mods.
Unfortunately, this means we are going to need to retrospectively reject some mods that have been available on 5Mods for a long time now. If your mod is rejected and you think it has been done in error, please contact the staff member who rejected your file and provide proof that the music you are using has open permissions and/or is not copyrighted.
Please understand that mods that contain copyrighted music, edited to work with GTA5 or not, are illegal by the letter of the law in almost every country in the world and that we, naturally, do not want to be penalised, fined or taken offline because of our wish to host these for our users.
Thank you for your understanding in this and sorry for the inconvenience caused.