|Appearance(s):||Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|
| image = [[File:FreshFM-GTAVCS-logo.jpg|150px]]
| genre = Hip-Hop
By 1986 this radio station is replaced by Fever 105, due to the station being purchased. Luke mentions on the radio that he will never sell the station, but since Fever 105 is the same frequency as Fresh FM, it appears that Luke does end up selling the station sometime before the events of Vice City. In 1986, a very similar radio station is operating, named Wildstyle. Fresh FM broadcasts live from a strip club and is technically a pirate radio station, much like Wildstyle. Luke is also the most vulgar DJ to date, not hesitating to use expletives.
- Afrika Bambaataa & Soul Sonic Force - "Renegades of Funk" (1983)
- Jonzun Crew - "Pack Jam (Look Out for the OVC)" (1983)
- Run-D.M.C. - "It's Like That" (1983)
- Planet Patrol - "Play At Your Own Risk" (1982)
- The Egyptian Lover - "Egypt, Egypt" (1983)
- Art of Noise - "Beat Box" (1983)
- Man Parrish - "Boogie Down Bronx" (1984)
- Rock Master Scott & the Dynamic Three - "Request Line" (1984)
- Midnight Star - "Freak-a-zoid" (1983)
- Whodini - "Freaks Come Out At Night" (1984)
- Most of the songs on this station were released in the year 1983.
- The song Freaks Come Out At Night by Whodini was heard in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City in the mission: 'The Job'.
- Wildstyle, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City that plays old school hip-hop.
- Game Radio FM, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto III that plays hip-hop.
- Playback FM, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that plays classic hip-hop.
- Radio Los Santos, a radio staton in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas that plays west coast hip-hop.
- The Liberty Jam, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories that plays east coast hip-hop.
- The Classics 104.1, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV that plays classic hip-hop.
- The Beat 102.7, a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV that plays contemporary hip-hop.