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- "Comin' to you live from a secret location in Vice City, so officers, if you're listenin', and I know you are, don't try to stop us. You'll never find us. You can't stop us because we're underground."
- — Wildstyle
Wildstyle is an underground pirate radio, a fact that its DJ frequently mentions, taunting the police because they can't find its whereabouts.
The format seems to be that of an unofficial mixtape, common in the early days of hip hop, and moreover many of the earliest hip hop acts in history are featured. One of the songs, Whodini's "Magic's Wand" even mentions the DJ, Mr. Magic, in its lyrics.
Mr. Magic boasts that, as a pirate radio, they don't play commercials; however, there's a single commercial in there, from the Complete the Look clothing store advertizing some hip hop apparels.
- * - This song is missing from the iOS, Android, PS2 Classics (PS3 and PS4) and Rockstar Games Launcher editions.
- Trouble Funk - "Pump Me Up" (1980)
- Davy DMX - "One for the Treble" (1984)
- Cybotron - "Clear" (1983)
- Hashim - "Al-Naafiysh (The Soul)" (1983)
- Herbie Hancock - "Rockit" (1983) *
- Afrika Bambaataa and The Soul Sonic Force - "Looking for the Perfect Beat" (1983) *
- 2 Live Crew - "Get It Girl" (1986)
- Run-D.M.C - "Rock Box" (1984)
- Mantronix - "Bassline" (1985)
- Tyrone Brunson - "The Smurf" (1982) *
- Whodini - "Magic's Wand" (1982)
- Zapp & Roger - "More Bounce to the Ounce" (1980)
- Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five - "The Message" (1982)
- Kurtis Blow - "The Breaks" (1980)
- Man Parrish - "Hip Hop, Be Bop (Don't Stop)" (1982)
- Hashim's "Al-Naafiysh (The Soul)" was featured in the third trailer for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
- Herbie Hancock's "Rockit" is the first Wildstyle's song that plays when one starts the game and tunes into Wildstyle.
- Zapp & Roger's "More Bounce to the Ounce" is used as the music background of a special lap dance at The Pole Position Club given by one of the cowboy twins.
- Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five's "The Message" was sampled in Ice Cube's "Check Yo Self" remix, which featured on Radio Los Santos in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
- N-CT FM - a hip hop radio in GTA 1.
- KREZ - a hip hop radio in GTA 2.
- Game Radio - an east coast hip hop radio in GTA III.
- Playback FM - a classic east coast hip hop radio in GTA San Andreas.
- Radio Los Santos - a contemporary hip hop radio in GTA San Andreas and GTA V.
- The Liberty Jam - an east coast hip hop radio in GTA Liberty City Stories.
- Fresh FM - a hip hop and electro radio in GTA Vice City Stories that plays other songs by Afrika Bambaataa and The Soul Sonic Force, Run-D.M.C, Man Parrish and Whodini.
- The Beat 102.7 - a contemporary hip hop radio GTA IV and GTA Episodes From Liberty City.
- The Classics 104.1 - a classic hip hop radio in GTA IV.
- Alchemist - a hip hop instrumentals radio in GTA Chinatown Wars.
- DJ Khalil - a hip hop instrumentals radio in enhaced versions of GTA Chinatown Wars.
- West Coast Classics - a classic west coast hip hop radio in GTA V.
- The Lab - a hip hop and mixed genre radio in enhaced versions of GTA V.
- Space 103.2 - a classic funk radio in GTA V that plays other songs by Zapp & Roger