"From Puerto Rico to Liberty City, the sounds of San Juan are here. Mas reggaeton, compi!"
— GTA IV Website


San Juan Sounds is a radio station in Grand Theft Auto IV and Episodes from Liberty City that plays Reggaetron and Latin hip hop.

Description

The station is hosted by Daddy Yankee in GTA IV and Henry Santos in EFLC. Yankee is a pioneering Reggaeton artist, who was one of the founders of Reggaeton in Puerto Rico in the early 1990s. Henry Santos is a member of the Bachata group Aventura.

Each stand alone game has an exclusive tracklist, but downloading The Ballad of Gay Tony for Grand Theft Auto IV updates the station with all songs. The station is sponsored by the Mas Fuego energy drink, and plays Spanish versions of Excelsior Extreme 9, The Horn Deodorant and Whiz Wireless commercials. The radio station is possibly based on X96.3 in New York.

In the EFLC rendition, the station plays in a continuous loop and contains no commercials.

This is Luis Fernando Lopez's favourite radio station.

Tracklist

Grand Theft Auto IV

Tracklist
Song: Preview: Notes:
"Atrévete-te-te" by Calle 13 (2005)
"Impacto" by Daddy Yankee (2007)
"Maldades" by Hector El Father (2006)
"Pónmela" by Voltio feat. Jowell & Randy (2007)
"Salió el Sol" by Don Omar (2006)
"Sexy Movimiento" by Wisin & Yandel (2007)
"Siente El Boom (Remix)" by Tito El Bambino (2007)
"Ven Báilalo" by Angel y Khriz (2004) Removed in Patch 1.0.8.0 due to the 10-year licensing agreement on them expiring.


Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City

Tracklist
Song: Preview: Notes:
"Suavemente" by Elvis Crespo (1998)
"Na De Na" by Angel y Khriz feat. Gocho & John Eric (2008) Removed in Patch 1.0.8.0 due to the 10-year licensing agreement on them expiring.
"Dime (Reggaeton Remix)" by Ivy Queen (2008) Removed in Patch 1.0.8.0 due to the 10-year licensing agreement on them expiring.
"Virtual Diva" by Don Omar (2009)
"Me Estás Tentando" by Wisin & Yandel feat. DJ Nesty (2008)
"Llora, Llora" by Tego Calderón feat. Oscar D'León (2006) Removed in Patch 1.0.8.0 due to the 10-year licensing agreement on them expiring.
"Guallando" by Fulanito (1997)
"El Desprecio" by Aventura (2009) Removed in Patch 1.0.8.0 due to the 10-year licensing agreement on them expiring.


Appearances

Video

Grand Theft Auto IV soundtrack:

Episodes from Liberty City soundtrack:

Trivia

  • The station is named after the city of San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, where Reggaeton music originated in the early 1990s before its mainstream success in the United States in the mid-2000s.
  • General_04 in the General soundbank of "Radio_San_Juan_Sounds" has Daddy Yankee mention San Juan Sounds is broadcasted in Vice City as well as Puerto Rico. Source 

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