- "If you like Funami FM's new style of music, please write and tell! Here is some letter!: «I really like Funami! Excelent! Funami is best radio, bla, bla» you get the idea!"
- — Funami FM
Funami can only be heard in the Downtown District of Anywhere City. The station plays Drum and Bass mixed on a Roland TB-303, known for its Acid sound. The genre can be said of being Acid Drum and Bass.
Funami's DJ, Teriyaki-chan, is voiced by Japanese voice actress Seiko Yoshida, who was just 13 years old at the time of the game's release. Teriyaki-chan talks screaming histerically and in Japanese (with a few phrases in English). The imaging voice of the station is a man who speaks English with a Japanese accent.
Funami is the favourite station of the Yakuza gang.
- The year of release for these songs is that of GTA 2: 1999.
- Authors of the songs, at the side, in superscript.
- Toys Are Real - "Flymutha" (P. Scargill)
- Future Loop - "Garage Acid" (P. Scargill)
- 4 How Much 4 - "O2N" (C. Conner)
- Ido - "Ball Blaster" (S. Ross)
Translation of Japanese dialogue
(At the start of Toys are Real's "Flymutha")
"This is me from Funami FM, somehow I'm here, Teriyaki-chan! Oh, it makes me feel sick, it's irritating, isn't it? This bad weather, bad traffic and bad crime! Stop fooling around, who do you think we are?! And you can't never tell if a Yakuza is friend or foe, really... Astonishing?! Johnny Zoo and Danny Zoo have both become car-criminals, this computer game is starting to become shitty... Is this really fun at all?!"
(Towards the end of Toys are Real's "Flymutha")
"So, I will play a new record now! It's such a pleasant day, really... it is quite hot though, now! Pull up the song next!"
(Just before Future Loop's "Garage Acid")
"Stop fooling around, who do you think we are?! Who knows whether a Yakuza gangster is a friend or a foe?! Good song next one!"
(At the start of Ido's "Ball Blaster")
"Ain't this really shitty?! Is it really any fun at all?! Yes!"
- The radio of GTA Advance include an instrumental version of Toys Are Real's "Flymutha".
- The Fix FM - a house radio in GTA 1.
- Brooklyn Underground FM - a drum and bass radio in GTA 1.
- Rise FM - a house radio in GTA III and GTA Liberty City Stories.
- MSX FM - a drum and bass radio in GTA III and GTA Liberty City Stories.
- SF-UR - a house radio in GTA San Andreas.
- Vladivostok FM - a radio in GTA IV and GTA Episodes From Liberty City that in the latter plays house.
- Electro-Choc - a house radio in GTA IV and GTA Episodes From Liberty City.
- Deadmau5 - a house instrumentals radio in GTA Chinatown Wars.
- DFA - a dance instrumentals radio in enhaced versions of GTA Chinatown Wars.
- Non-Stop-Pop FM - a pop and dance radio in GTA V.
- Soulwax FM - a house radio in GTA V.