Blue Ark FM
|Location:||Los Santos, San Andreas|
|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto V|
|Host:||Lee "Scratch" Perry|
- "The hottest reggae, dancehall and dub served up by The Upsetter."
- ―GTA V Website
- Chronixx - Odd Ras (2012)
- Dennis Brown - Money In My Pocket (1972)
- Gregory Isaacs - Night Nurse (1982)
- Half Pint - Crazy Girl (1997)
- Joe Gibbs & The Professionals - Chapter Three (1978)
- Junior Delgado - Sons Of Slaves (1977)
- Konshens - Gun Shot A Fire (2012)
- Lee "Scratch" Perry - I Am A Madman (1986)
- Lee "Scratch" Perry - Disco Devil (1977)
- Protoje - Kingston Be Wise (2012)
- The Upsetters - Grumblin' Dub (1997)
- Tommy Lee Sparta - Psycho (2012)
- Vybz Kartel feat. Popcaan - We Never Fear Dem (So Bad Riddim) (2011)
- Yellowman - Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt (1984)
Exclusive for PS4, Xbox One, & PC versions
- Demarco - Loyal (Royals Remix) (2014)
- Busy Signal feat. Damian Marley - Kingston Town (Remix) (2012) *
- I-Octane - Topic of the Day (2011)
- Vybz Kartel - Addi Truth (2014)
- Lee "Scratch" Perry - Money Come and Money Go (2010)
- Lee "Scratch" Perry - Roast Fish & Cornbread (1978)
- Danny Hensworth - Mr. Money Man (1978) *
( * These songs were originally cut from previous-gen releases)
GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals more songs were planned to appear on the station but were not included in the final version.
- Bramma feat. Elephant Man - Duh Weh Mi Waah (2011)
- Dennis Brown - Westbound Train (1978)
- Gregory Issacs - Slum (1989)
- Lee Perry & The Upsetters - Jungle Lion (1973)
- Leo Graham - Want a Wine (1973)
- Sean Paul - Temperature (2006)
- Sizzla - Live Up (2003)
- The musician, Vybz Kartel, is incorrectly spelled in the radio wheel as "Vybz Cartel" and Protoje as "Proteje".
- Radio station's name comes from The Black Ark - reggae and dub recording studio founded in early 70's by Lee "Scratch" Perry, who is DJ for The Blue Ark.
- This is Omega's favorite radio station.
- The Song "Disco Devil" by Lee Perry & The Upsetters was sampled from "I Chase the Devil" by Max Romeo & The Upsetters. which was included from K-JAH West in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
- Some of the station's songs featured in the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC versions of GTA V are anachronistically featured as they were released in 2014, despite the storyline being set in 2013.
- K-Jah West and K-Jah, radio stations in GTA III, GTA San Andreas and GTA Liberty City Stories that play reggae.
- Tuff Gong Radio, a radio station in GTA IV that plays reggae.
- Massive B Soundsystem 96.9, a radio station in GTA IV that plays dancehall.
- RamJam FM, a radio station in GTA Episodes from Liberty City that plays dancehall.