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* [[wp:Busy Signal|Busy Signal]] feat. [[wp:Damian Marley|Damian Marley]] - "Kingston Town" ''(2012)''
 
* [[wp:Busy Signal|Busy Signal]] feat. [[wp:Damian Marley|Damian Marley]] - "Kingston Town" ''(2012)''
 
* Danny Hensworth - "Mr. Money Man" ''(2001)''
 
* Danny Hensworth - "Mr. Money Man" ''(2001)''
* [[wp:Demarco (musician)|Demarco]] - "Loyals (Royals Remix)" ''(2014)''
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* [[wp:Demarco (musician)|Demarco]] - "Loyals ([[wp:Royals (song)|Royals]] Remix)" ''(2014)''
 
* [[wp:I-Octane|I-Octane]] - "Topic of the Day" ''(2012)''
 
* [[wp:I-Octane|I-Octane]] - "Topic of the Day" ''(2012)''
 
* [[Lee "Scratch" Perry]] - "Money Come and Money Go" ''(2010)''
 
* [[Lee "Scratch" Perry]] - "Money Come and Money Go" ''(2010)''

Revision as of 23:02, 9 January 2015

Radio Station
The Blue Ark
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Genre: Dub, dancehall
Appearance(s): Grand Theft Auto V
DJ(s): Lee "Scratch" Perry
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The Blue Ark is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto V featuring dub and dancehall music, hosted by Lee "Scratch" Perry. The name of the station is a reference to the Black Ark, a studio Lee Perry founded in 1973 to record reggae and dub songs through innovative techniques.

DJ: Lee "Scratch" Perry

Genres: dub, dancehall

The hottest reggae, dancehall and dub served up by The Upsetter.

Rockstar, official Grand Theft Auto V website.[1]

Playlist

Next-Gen Playlist


Unused songs

Upon inspection of GTA V's "american.gxt", many additional songs that were candidates for this station can be found.

See also

References