"International funk music, hosted by Femi Kuti."
— GTA IV Website
"IF99 is the home of international funk - playing a great selection of classics from West Africa, the U.S. and elsewhere."
— GTA IV Website

IF99 (International Funk 99) is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV that plays funk and afrobeat.


The station is hosted by musician Femi Kuti, the oldest son of Fela Kuti who was hailed as "inventing" Afrobeat in the 1970s. Both of them appear on the soundtrack, Femi's song being the only one made after the 1970s. The station is not featured in Episodes From Liberty City, being replaced with K109 The Studio, its "sister" station in GTA IV.

In the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV: The Complete Edition, IF99, along with all other GTA IV exclusive radio stations, appears in The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony.

This is one of Bernie Crane's preferred radio stations.


Song: Preview: Notes:
"A Chance for Peace" by Lonnie Liston Smith (1975)
"Galaxy" by War (1977)
"Give the People What They Want" by The O'Jays (1975)
"Home Is Where the Hatred Is" by Gil Scott-Heron (1971) Removed in Patch due to the 10-year licensing agreement on them expiring.
"Just Kissed My Baby" by The Meters (1974)
"Livin' It Up" by Mandrill (1975)
"New Bell" by Manu Dibango (1972)
Not available on Spotify.
"Sorrow, Tears & Blood" by Fela Kuti (1977)
"Truth Don Die" by Fela Kuti (1998)
"Who Is He (And What Is He to You)?" by Creative Source (1974)
"Can't Hide Love" by Hummingbird (1977)
Not available on Spotify.
"Zombie" by Fela Kuti (1977)





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