- "Bringing the Funk to your assdroid."
- ―GTA V Website
- Rick James - Give It to Me Baby (1981)
- Evelyn "Champagne" King - I'm in Love (12" Dance Mix) (1981)
- Eddie Murphy - Party All the Time (1985)
- Bernard Wright – Haboglabotribin’ (1981)
- Kleeer - Tonight (1984)
- D. Train - You're the One for Me (1981)
- Zapp - Heartbreaker (1983)
- Kano - Can't Hold Back (Your Loving) (1982)
- Taana Gardner – Heartbeat (1981)
- One Way - Cutie Pie (1982)
- Stevie Wonder - Skeletons (1987)
- Sho Nuff - Funkasize You (1978)
- Bootsy Collins - I Rather Be With You (1976)
GTA V's trackID.gxt2 database reveals more songs were planned to appear on the station but were not included in the final version.
- Con Funk Shun - Ffun (1978)
- George Duke - Reach For It (1977)
- The Kay-Gees - Master Plan (1974)
- Kleeer - Intimate Connection (1984)
- The Ohio Players - Fopp (1976)
- Zapp - Be Alright (LP Version) (1980)
- Skeletons by Stevie Wonder was used in the second trailer for GTA V.
- This is possibly Amanda De Santa's favorite radio station, as it is the defaut station whenever the player enters her Sentinel.
- "Give It To Me Baby" by Rick James is heard in the mission Fame or Shame.
- This is also the fifth time a Rick James song is featured in a GTA game (Four times in a radio station and one time the private room dances in GTA IV strip clubs).
- Bounce FM : A radio station featured in GTA San Andreas that plays funk music and also features songs from Rick James and Zapp.
- Wildstyle: A station in GTA Vice City that also plays a song by Zapp.
- Fever 105: Another Vice City station that also features songs by Rick James and Evelyn King.
- VCFL : A radio station in GTA Vice City Stories that also features a Rick James song.
- IF99: Another funk station featured in GTA IV .
- Lo-Fi FM and Futuro FM: Two radio stations from GTA2 which also play funk.
- Radio '76 FM: A radio station in GTA1 which plays funk.