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RamJam FM is a reggae radio station exclusive to Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City, meant to replace the now absent Tuff Gong Radio and Massive B Soundsystem 96.9. RamJam FM is hosted by David Rodigan. The name of this radio station comes from Rodigan's nickname "Ram Jam". 
- Barrington Levy - "Don't Fuss" (AKA "Sweet Reggae Music") (1979)
- Ini Kamoze - "Out of Jamaica" (2009)
- Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley - "Holiday" (2009)
- The Morwells & Prince Jammy - "Jammin' for Survival" (1979)
- John Holt feat. Sizzla - "Police in Helicopter" (1983)
- Sugar Minott - "Hard Time Pressure" (1978)
- Desmond Dekker - "007 (Shanty Town)" (1967)
- Major Lazer feat. Turbalance - "Anything Goes" (2009)
- Prince Jammy - "Jammy A Shine" (1979)
- Toots And The Maytals - "54-46 Was My Number" (1970)
- Frankie Paul - "Worries in the Dance" (1983)
- Mr. Vegas - "Mus Come a Road" (2008)
- RamJam FM is the favorite radio station of the Yardies in EFLC.
- In Grand Theft Auto: Episodes From Liberty City, RamJam FM is played at the Homebrew Café in place of Massive B Soundsystem 96.9.
- In EFLC, RamJam FM is also played at the Superstar Cafés instead of IF99.
- The song Anything Goes is featured in Luis Lopez's character trailer.