The Lowdown 91.1
|Location:||Grapeseed, Blaine County, San Andreas|
|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto V|
- "The groove, the soul, the R&B. You dig?"
- ―GTA V Website.
The Lowdown 91.1 is a radio station that plays funk, soul and jazz music featured in Grand Theft Auto V. 'Mama G' Pam Grier is the radio DJ. Lowdown may also be based on KHHT Hot 92.3 FM, a well-known L.A. radio station that plays soul, funk, and oldies. Space 103.2 may also be based on Hot 92 as well since both stations play funk music.
- Aaron Neville - Hercules (1973)
- B.T. Express - Do It ('Til You're Satisfied) (1974)
- El Chicano - Viva Tirado (1970)
- George McCrae - I Get Lifted (1974)
- Marlena Shaw - California Soul (1969)
- Smokey Robinson - Cruisin' (1979)
- The Delfonics - Ready or Not Here I Come (Can't Hide from Love) (1968)
- The Five Stairsteps - O-O-H Child (1970)
- The Soul Searchers - Ashley's Roachclip (1974)
- The Trammps - Rubber Band (1972)
- The Undisputed Truth - Smiling Faces Sometimes (1971)
- War - The Cisco Kid (1973)
Exclusive for PS4, Xbox One & PC versions
- Brass Construction - Changin' (1975)
- Johnny "Guitar" Watson - Superman Lover (1976) *
- Ohio Players - Climax (1974)
- Pleasure - Bouncy Lady (1975)
- The Delfonics - Funny Feeling (1970) *
- The Chakachas - Stories (1972)
- The Jackson Sisters - I Believe In Miracles (1973) *
- Eric Burdon & War - Magic Mountain (1976)
( * These songs were originally cut from previous-gen versions)
GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals more songs were planned to appear on the station but were not included in the final version.
- Edwin Starr - Easin' In (1973)
- Marvin Gaye - I Want You (Vocal) (1976)
- Ohio Players - Fopp (1976)
- Silver Convention - Magic Mountain (1976)
- The Dramatics - Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get (1971)
- The Jackson 5 - Dancing Machine (1973)
- The Kay-Gees - Master Plan (1974)
- The Meters - Cissy Strut (1969)
- The Pointer Sisters - Yes We Can Can (1973)
- War - Slippin' Into Darkness (1971)
- Before the 1.10 update, "Cruisin'" was incorrectly credited ingame to Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, despite the fact that Robinson split from the Miracles in 1972, seven years before the song was released. The digital manual, however, had always credited "Cruisin'" sole to Smokey Robinson. It is entirely possible that another song was meant to appear in its place altogether, as the DJ oftens introduces the song by saying "Oh what you do to me".
- There appears to be another version of the logo (which was possibly the beta logo), which sometimes appears on billboards. The logo has the same design but uses a different color palette.
- One of the station's jingles features the opening interjection of "Le Freak" by Chic.
- Songs from this station play inside Michael's mansion and at the Del Perro Pier. However, the trumpets featured on "Ooh Child" cannot be heard.
- This is possibly one of Amanda De Santa's favorite radio stations, as it is the defaut station whenever the player enters her Sentinel. (alongside Space 103.2).
- The beat from El Chicano - Viva Tirado is sampled in the song La Raza by Kid Frost featured on Radio Los Santos in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
- When Michael & Franklin escape the Triads in Fresh Meat, the radio in the car will be tuned in to Lowdown FM and the track "Smiling Faces Sometimes" by the Undisputed Truth will always play.
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