- "International funk music, hosted by Femi Kuti."
- — GTA IV Website
- "IF99 is the home of international funk - playing a great selection of classics from West Africa, the U.S. and elsewhere."
- — GTA IV Website
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".
- 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)
- Fela Kuti - "Sorrow, Tears & Blood" (1977)
- Femi Kuti - "Truth Don Die" (1998)
- Creative Source - "Who Is He (And What Is He to You)? " (1974)
- Hummingbird - "Can't Hide Love " (1977)
- Fela Kuti - "Zombie" (1977)
Songs marked with ** were removed from station in future updates.
- This station is played in the South Bohan Safehouse, but in Episodes from Liberty City, it is replaced with San Juan Sounds.
- Bounce FM: A radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that plays Funk.
- Master Sounds 98.3: A radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that plays Funk and another song by War.
- K109 The Studio: A radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV that plays funk, and is considered to be a sister station to IF99.
- Radio Espantoso: A radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City that plays another song by Lonnie Liston Smith.
- Space 103.2: A radio station in Grand Theft Auto V that also plays Funk.
- The Lowdown 91.1: A radio station in Grand Theft Auto V that plays funk as well as two other songs by War.