IF99 - International Funk
|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto IV|
DJ: Femi Kuti, the oldest son of Fela Kuti who was hailed as "inventing" Afrobeat in the 1970s. Both of them appear on the soundtrack, Femi's song being the only one made after the 1970s. Femi has been playing since 1989, and shortly after his work in GTA IV he released a new album entitled "Day By Day".
- Fela Kuti - "Sorrow, Tears & Blood" (1977)
- Femi Kuti - "Truth Don Die" (1998)
- Fela Kuti - "Zombie" (1977)
- Lonnie Liston Smith - "A Chance for Peace" (1975)
- War - "Galaxy" (1977)
- The O'Jays - "Give the People What They Want" (1975)
- Gil Scott-Heron - "Home Is Where the Hatred Is" (1971)
- The Meters - "Just Kissed My Baby" (1974)
- Mandrill - "Livin' It Up" (1975)
- Manu Dibango - "New Bell" (1972)
- Creative Source - "Who Is He And What Is He To You" (1974)
- Hummingbird - "You Can't Hide Love" (1977)
- This station is played in the Bohan safehouse.
- K109 The Studio that Replaces this Radio-Station in the Safehouse is not Played in EFLC as the Radio in the Safehouse is actually switched to San Juan Sounds.
- This station is played in the SuperStar Cafe in GTA IV, but in EFLC, RamJam is played instead.