BB: Four20 is one that was on Saints Row 1 and Saints Row 2. This is where, again, we looked at numbers as far as [what people listened to]. Kabron, which was the reggaeton station on Saints Row: The Third was low on the list as well. We knew that Four20 was popular on Saints Row 2. After talking with Josh [Kessler], we decided to bring that back. We figured with all this high-energy music on K12 and GenX and The Mix, we needed a station that was a little bit more chill, a little more down tempo, so if people wanted to change the pace a little bit, they could just chill with reggae and run around town with nice, down tempo music. It's a genre that is slowly becoming much more popular in the mainstream.
RS: There's also a lot of demand in terms of Saints Row 2 fans that enjoyed the reggae [station]. It was missing from III and so we kind of want to deliver on that in Saints Row IV. In terms of the content itself, it's a mixture of reggae as well as old, hidden samples you would recognize.
DJ: Phil Morris as Mr. Sunshine
Born Jamericans - "Cease & Seckle"
Charly Black & J Capri - "Whine & Kotch"
Delroy Wilson - "You Never Get Away"
Dennis Brown - "Milk and Honey"
Early B - "History Of Jamaica"
Easy Star All-Stars - "One Likkle Draw"
Eek-A-Mouse - "Wa-Do-Dem"
Max Romeo - "Juks"
Ranking Dread - "Fattie Boom Boom"
Super Beagle - "Dust A Sound Boy"
Tenor Saw - "Ring The Alarm"
The In Crowd - "Mango Walk"
Toots And The Maytals - "Pressure Drop (Ska Version)"
Wayne Smith - "Under Mi Sleng Teng"