|Location:||Vespucci Beach, Los Santos, San Andreas|
|Genre:||IDM, Experimental Electronic, Glitch-Hop, Hip-Hop, Rap, Deep House, Trap, Soul|
|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto V|
- "A mix to carry you through the Los Santos freeways at top speed."
- ―GTA V Website
FlyLo FM is a radio station featured in Grand Theft Auto V. It is hosted by Steve Ellison, better known as Flying Lotus. As its name implies, FlyLo FM plays songs performed and/or produced by Flying Lotus himself, although there are other songs on the track list.
- Flying Lotus feat. Niki Randa - Getting There (2012)
- Clams Casino - Crystals (2013)
- Flying Lotus - Crosswerved (2013)
- Flying Lotus - Be Spin (2013)
- Flying Lotus & Erykah Badu - See Thru To U (2013)
- Flying Lotus - The Diddler (2013)
- Flying Lotus - Computer Face Rmx (2011)
- Hudson Mohawke - 100hm (2013)
- Flying Lotus feat. Niki Randa - The Kill (2013)
- Tyler, the Creator - Garbage (2013)
- Outkast - Elevators (Me & You) (1996)
- Captain Murphy - Evil Grin (2013)
- Flying Lotus - Catapult Man (2013)
- Dabrye - Encoded Flow (2006)
- Machinedrum - She Died There (2011)
- DJ Rashad – It's Wack (2013)
- Thundercat - Oh Sheit It's X (2013)
- Flying Lotus - Stonecutters (2013)
- Shadow Child - 23 (2012)
- Kingdom - Stalker Ha (2011)
- Aphex Twin - Windowlicker (1999)
Exclusive for PS4, Xbox One, and PC versionsEdit
- Curtis Mayfield - Eddie You Should Know Better (1972)
- Doris - You Never Come Closer (1970)
- Flying Lotus feat. Krayzie Bone - Medication Medication (2014)
- XXYYXX - Work Title: What We Want (2014)
- Lapalux - Make Money (2014)
- The Gaslamp Killer - Shred You To Bits (2014)
- Mono/Poly and Thundercat - B Adams (2014)
- Flying Lotus - Osaka Trade (2013)
- DOOM - Masquatch (2014)
- Flying Lotus - Early Mountain (2014)
- Dimlite - Into Vogon Skulls (2012)
- KNOWER - Fuck the Makeup, Skip the Shower (2010)
- Kaskade - 4 AM (Araabmuzik Remix) (2006)
GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals one more song was planned to appear on the station but was not included in the final version. An unremixed version of it appears on the Next Gen Non-Stop-Pop FM.
- The station seems to be connected to Adult Swim & Cartoon Network, as some of the artists in the station had their music featured on the program's bumpers.
- FlyLo FM may be Rockstar's answer for Adult Swim WDDTCPDG - a radio station featured in Saints Row: The Third, which is also connected to Adult Swim & Cartoon Network.
- Carl Brutananadilewski from Aqua Teen Hunger Force, created by Dave Willis who also voiced him, makes a cameo as an angry caller to the station. Hannibal Buress from The Eric Andre Show and Tyler, the Creator, who has his own show called Loiter Squad, also make cameo appearances on the station, with Hannibal as FlyLo's street reporter and Tyler as a caller to the station. Both of their shows are on Adult Swim, showing more evidence that the station is in fact connected to it.
- David Firth, an animator known for various internet shorts and series (Salad Fingers, Burnt Face Man) appears as a disturbed caller who rambles about how he isn't a doctor. This segment appears only in the Enhanced version.
- This is one of the four radio stations that don't feature commercials. The others are WorldWide FM, Soulwax FM and East Los FM 106.2.
- This is likely to be one of Molly Schultz's favorite radio stations as this is one of the default radio stations in her car, the other being Soulwax FM.
- This is also Tao Cheng's favorite radio station as he will dance along to this station as seen during the mission Trevor Philips Industries, alongside Soulwax FM & Non-Stop-Pop FM.
- The song "Shred You to Bits" by The Gaslamp Killer was not credited in the manual, despite it appearing in-game, although it wasn't properly named. The song remained nameless until the Heists Update fixed this issue.
- While the first minute of the song "4 AM (Araabmuzik Remix)" plays, the station actually plays the first part of 4 AM (Adam K. and Soha Remix) at a higher pitch. This may have been used as a way to provide space for Flying Lotus's commentary as there is no intro to the official version of the song.
- 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.