Genre: Funk and Afrobeat
DJ: Femi Kuti (voiced by himself)

Grand Theft Auto soundtrack listing for IF99:

Creative Source - Who Is He And What Is He To You
Fela Kuti - Sorrow Tears And Blood
Fela Kuti - Zombie
Femi Kuti - Truth Don Die
Gil Scott-Heron - Home Is Where The Hatred Is
Hummingbird - You Can't Hide Love
Lonnie Liston Smith and The Cosmic Echoes - A Chance For Peace
Mandrill - Livin' It Up
The Meters - Just Kissed My Baby
The O'Jays - Give The People What They Want
War - Galaxy

About IF99:

IF99 is this Grand Theft Auto soundtrack's funk and afrobeat radio station. Femi Kuti, the station's DJ, has a song, "Truth Don Die", on IF99's Grand Theft Auto soundtrack. His father, Fela Kuti, has the two songs "Sorrow Tears And Blood" and "Zombie" on the same soundtrack.

Additional track info:

"Zombie" by afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti appears on his 1977 two track album with the same name. "Sorrow Tears And Blood" was also released as an album in 1977.

"Truth Don Die" by Femi Kuti was released on his 1998 album "Shoki Shoki".

"Home Is Where The Hatred Is" by Gil Scott-Heron appears on his 1971 album "Pieces Of A Man".

"You Can't Hide Love" by Hummingbird was released on their 1977 album "Diamond Nights".

"A Chance For Peace" by Lonnie Liston Smith and The Cosmic Echoes appears on his 1975 album "Visions Of A New World".

"Livin' It Up" by Mandrill was released on their 1976 album "Beast From The East".

"Just Kissed My Baby" by The Meters appears on their 1974 album "Rejuvenation".

"Give The People What They Want" by The O'Jays appears on their 1975 album "Survival" and was also released as a single in 1976.

"Galaxy" by War appears on their 1977 album "Galaxy". The group War has previously had a song, "Low Rider", included in the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas soundtrack on radio station Master Sounds 98.3.

Similar radio stations:

Bounce FM (GTA: San Andreas)
Fever 105 (GTA: Vice City)
The Vibe 98.8 (GTA IV)
VCFL Radio (GTA: Vice City Stories)

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