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{{also|This is the radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. For the station of the same name in [[Grand Theft Auto V]], see [[Radio Los Santos (GTA V)]]}}
'''Radio Los Santos''' is a radio station all about hip-hip in the 1990s in the game [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. The station broadcasts from [[Los Santos]] and some songs contain swearing. This station was released in a joint album with [[Playback FM]] as part of the 8-Disc soundtrack. The station also includes references to "carjacking on the rise", being that activity a key element of the gameplay. When [[Carl Johnson|CJ]] climbs into a vehicle owned by the [[Grove Street Families]], this station will automatically pop up. The Station DJ is [[Julio G]].
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{{Radio station
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| image = [[File:RadioLosSantos-GTASA-logo.jpg|100px]]
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| genre = West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap, golden age hip hop
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| games = [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]
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| djs  = [[Julio G]]
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}}
  
==Music on Radio Los Santos==
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'''Radio Los Santos''' is a [[Radio Stations in GTA San Andreas|radio station]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas]]. In GTA San Andreas, it plays West Coast hip-hop from the late 1980s and early 1990s. The station, evidently, broadcasts from [[Los Santos in GTA III Era|Los Santos]]. This station was released in a joint album with [[Playback FM]] as part of the 8-Disc soundtrack. The station also includes references to "carjacking on the rise", being that activity a key element of the gameplay. This is the favorite radio station of the [[Grove Street Families]] and tertiary antagonist [[Ryder|Lance "Ryder" Wilson]]. The station DJ is [[Julio G]]. Rapper B-Real from Cypress Hill makes an appearance on the station and so do celebrity gangsta rapper [[Madd Dogg]], who is voiced by Ice T, and temporary rapper [[OG Loc|Jeffrey "OG Loc" Cross]], who later leaves the rap scene.
  
* 2Pac - I Don't Give a Fuck
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'''DJ''': [[Julio G]]
* Compton's Most Wanted - Hood Took Me Under
 
* Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg - Nuthin' But A "G" Thang
 
* Too $hort - The Ghetto
 
* N.W.A - Alwayz Into Somethin
 
* N.W.A - Express Yourself
 
* Ice Cube & Das EFX - Check Yo Self (The Message remix)
 
* Kid Frost - La Raza
 
* Cypress Hill - How I Could Just Kill a Man
 
* Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg - Fuck wit' Dre Day
 
* The D.O.C. - It's Funky Enough
 
* Ice Cube - It Was A Good Day
 
* Eazy-E - Eazy-er Said Than Dunn
 
* Above the Law - Murder Rap
 
* Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg - Deep Cover
 
* Da Lench Mob - Guerilla in tha Mist
 
  
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'''Genres''': [[wp:West Coast hip hop|West Coast hip hop]], [[wp:Gangsta rap|gangsta rap]], [[wp:Golden age hip hop|golden age hip hop]]
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=== Playlist ===
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''Songs marked with an asterisk are not present in the mobile and [[Xbox 360]] ports of the game.''
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* [[wp:Tupac Shakur|2Pac]] - "[[wp:I Don't Give a Fuck|I Don't Give a Fuck]]" ''(1992)''*
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* [[wp:Compton's Most Wanted|Compton's Most Wanted]] - "[[wp:Hood Took Me Under|Hood Took Me Under]]" ''(1992)''
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* [[wp:Dr. Dre|Dr. Dre]] & [[wp:Snoop Dogg|Snoop Dogg]] - "[[wp:Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang|Nuthin' but a "G" Thang]]" ''(1992)''
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* [[wp:Too Short|Too $hort]] - "[[wp:The Ghetto (Too Short song)|The Ghetto]]" ''(1990)''
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* [[wp:N.W.A|N.W.A]] - "[[wp:Alwayz into Somethin'|Alwayz into Somethin']]" ''(1991)''
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* [[wp:N.W.A|N.W.A]] - "[[wp:Express Yourself (N.W.A song)|Express Yourself]]" ''(1989)''*
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* [[wp:Ice Cube|Ice Cube]] & [[wp:Das EFX|Das EFX]] - "[[wp:Check Yo Self|Check Yo Self]]" ("The Message" remix) ''(1993)''
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* [[Kid Frost]] - "[[wp:La Raza (song)|La Raza]]" ''(1990)''
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* [[wp:Cypress Hill|Cypress Hill]] - "[[wp:How I Could Just Kill a Man|How I Could Just Kill a Man]]" ''(1991)''
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* [[wp:Dr. Dre|Dr. Dre]] & [[wp:Snoop Dogg|Snoop Dogg]] - "[[wp:Fuck wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')|Fuck wit Dre Day (And Everybody's Celebratin')]]" ''(1992)''
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* [[wp:The D.O.C.|The D.O.C.]] - "[[wp:It's Funky Enough|It's Funky Enough]]" ''(1989)''
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* [[wp:Ice Cube|Ice Cube]] - "[[wp:It Was a Good Day|It Was a Good Day]]" ''(1992)''
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* [[wp:Eazy-E|Eazy-E]] - "[[wp:Eazy-er Said Than Dunn|Eazy-er Said Than Dunn]]" ''(1988)''
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* [[wp:Above the Law (group)|Above the Law]] - "[[wp:Murder Rap|Murder Rap]]" ''(1990)''
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* [[wp:Dr. Dre|Dr. Dre]] & [[wp:Snoop Dogg|Snoop Dogg]] - "[[wp:Deep Cover (song)|Deep Cover]]" ''(1992)''
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* [[wp:Da Lench Mob|Da Lench Mob]] - "Guerillas in tha Mist" ''(1992)''
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== See also ==
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* [[Playback FM]], another radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas tha plays golden age hip hop.
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* [[The Liberty Jam]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories]] that plays gangsta rap.
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* [[The Classics 104.1]], a radio station in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]] that plays golden age hip hop.
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* [[West Coast Classics]], [[Grand Theft Auto V]] equivalent.
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Latest revision as of 18:39, 9 July 2019

This is the radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. For the station of the same name in Grand Theft Auto V, see Radio Los Santos (GTA V)
Radio Station
Radio Los Santos
RadioLosSantos-GTASA-logo.jpg
Genre: West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap, golden age hip hop
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
DJ(s): Julio G
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Radio Los Santos is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. In GTA San Andreas, it plays West Coast hip-hop from the late 1980s and early 1990s. The station, evidently, broadcasts from Los Santos. This station was released in a joint album with Playback FM as part of the 8-Disc soundtrack. The station also includes references to "carjacking on the rise", being that activity a key element of the gameplay. This is the favorite radio station of the Grove Street Families and tertiary antagonist Lance "Ryder" Wilson. The station DJ is Julio G. Rapper B-Real from Cypress Hill makes an appearance on the station and so do celebrity gangsta rapper Madd Dogg, who is voiced by Ice T, and temporary rapper Jeffrey "OG Loc" Cross, who later leaves the rap scene.

DJ: Julio G

Genres: West Coast hip hop, gangsta rap, golden age hip hop

Playlist

Songs marked with an asterisk are not present in the mobile and Xbox 360 ports of the game.

See also