Jamaica is an island nation located in the Caribbean sea and formerly a British Crown Colony. There are many references to Jamaica in the Grand Theft Auto series. Its capital and largest city is Kingston.
In the GTA Series
Grand Theft Auto III
- The Uptown Yardies and their leader, King Courtney, are a Jamaican gang.
- The game has a radio station called K-JAH, which plays reggae music which originated in Jamaica.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City
- Jeremy Robard says he has an office in Jamaica.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
- The radio station K-Jah West play dub/reggae, which is usually associated with Jamaica.
- Also, several pedestrians and taxi drivers are Jamaican, mostly in San Fierro.
Grand Theft Auto IV
- The characters Little Jacob and Real Badman are Jamaicans.
- The Homebrew Café is a Jamaican cafe.
- There is a store called Grass Roots that sells Rastafarian, Jamaican and other West Indian products. The store has two locations in Willis and Schottler. It is not enterable.
- The Yardies are a Jamaican gang.
- Schottler and Beechwood City, Broker and Willis, Dukes, are Jamaican influenced neighborhoods in Liberty City.
- The radio stations Tuff Gong Radio, Massive B Soundsystem 96.9 and RamJam FM play reggae.
- Pride Brew is a Jamaican beer brand (also featured in GTA V).
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars
- The Yardies are one of the drug dealing gangs; they sell enormous amounts of Weed and usually give good prices on Downers.
- Ticklah is a reggae/dub radio station, with its name borrowed from Jamaican artist Ticklah and all of its songs are made by him.
Grand Theft Auto V
- The radio station Blue Ark plays reggae music.
- "Two Jamaican guys" are mentioned on Tavell Clinton's Lifeinvader. He may be referencing Little Jacob and Real Badman.
- The Crucial Fix is a Jamaican café chain.
- The San Andreas Flight School Update added a Jamaica Chute Bag in the game.
- Ragga Rum is a Jamaican product.