Always bumpin’ this in Los Santos.

sounds of los santos; my favorite songs from various radio stations around los santos, to save myself the hassle of changing the station to find a good song. [tracks are pulled from the next gen remasters of gta v with “enhanced” radio stations, very heavy on the los santos rock radio/radio mirror park/non-stop pop]

56 songs from the gta v soundtrack, spanning 8 radio stations.



GTA V Next Gen… ‘Radio Los Santos’…


When Muhammad Ali faced George Foreman in 1974’s Rumble in the Jungle, Congolese audience members cheered Ali by shouting, “Ali Bomaye!”, meaning, “Ali, kill him!” in Lingala. The Game would take inspiration from that chant on the chorus of the track. He told Vibe, “I just happened to be watching the movie and didn’t have a song title or arc yet, so I was like fuck it… Ali Bomaye. And that’s how I came up with the hook, really.” He then sent the track to 2 Chainz and Rick Ross to polish off the song with their verses. The song ends with a skit featuring comedian Kevin Hart. In August 2013, “Ali Bomaye” was serviced to DJ’s as a promotional single from his fifth album Jesus Piece.The song was also featured on the soundtrack to the video game Grand Theft Auto V on the Radio Los Santos station, which featured West Coast hip hop.



Trip Soundtrack (Part 1 of Who Knows)

Good evening to my 1 or 2 followers.

One of you asked me about whether there was a soundtrack of the trip to the US I took, and I must say that indeed, there is one. Come with me to revise and remember all those pieces of music while I was there.

Please note that the majority of it came thanks to the Grand Theft Auto games. Between all controversies, I think the radio system is often overlooked (at least here in Mexico), but the truth is that there is some great music in here. I’ll enrich it with a hint on what happened when It came out (on the playlist that is). To save myself from tedium of writing this loooooong soundtrack, I’ll use the GTA stations and the songs that “appeared”

From GTA: San Andreas


  1. Creedence Clearwater Revival - “Green River” [This was the general soundtrack from the trip]
  2. Heart - “Barracuda” [Finding a motorbike gang]
  3. Kiss - “Strutter” [Cruising San Antonio]
  4. Toto - “Hold The Line” [Cruising between Houston and SA]
  5. Rod Stewart - “Young Turks” [Pretty much the soundtrack for the trip]
  6. Joe Cocker - “Woman to Woman” [When things strated to get… you know]
  7. Lynyrd Skynyrd - “Free Bird” [Cruising with a motorbike gang]
  8. America - “A Horse with No Name” [Crossing the Mexico-USA Border]
  9. The Who - “Eminence Front” [Bad Cops]
  10. David Bowie - “Somebody Up There Likes Me” [Rainy days]
  11. Billy Idol - “White Wedding” [More/less a joker]



  1. Jerry Reed - “Amos Moses” [Passing through the farms at Houston]
  2. Hank Williams, Sr. - “Hey Good Lookin’” [Remembering my “loved one”]
  3. Statler Brothers - “New York City” [Arriving at Houston]
  4. Asleep at the Wheel - “The Letter That Johnny Walker Read” [Passing thru bar zone in SA]
  5. The Desert Rose Band - “One Step Forward” [Suffering in the arid climate]
  6. Statler Brothers - “Bed of Rose’s
  7. Merle Haggard - “Always Wanting You” [Same as Hey Good Looking]
  8. Whitey Shafer - “All My Ex’s Live in Texas

Radio Los Santos

These songs were played when we traversed the “ghetto” parts of town.


  1. 2pac (feat. Pogo) - “I Don’t Give a Fuck
  2. Compton’s Most Wanted - “Hood Took Me Under
  3. Dr. Dre (feat. Snoop Dogg) - “Nuthin’ But a "G” Thang
  4. N.W.A - ”Alwayz Into Somethin’
  5. Dr. Dre (feat. Snoop Dogg & RBX) - ”Fuck wit Dre Day
  6. Ice Cube - ”It Was A Good Day
  7. Ice Cube - ”Check Yo Self“ (”The Message“ remix)
  8. Eazy-E - ”Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn
  9. Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg - ”Deep Cover