Wondering how to find all of the USB sticks in Far Cry 6? Here are all of the locations for the 15 collectible radio songs.

Far Cry 6 USB Sticks: How to Get All 15 Radio Songs

Wondering how to find all of the USB sticks in Far Cry 6? Here are all of the locations for the 15 collectible radio songs.
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Gathering all of the USB sticks found in various locations around Yara won’t get you cool new guns or supremos, but it will get you more radio songs to listen to while taking the fight to the FND. Listening to music while driving around the world of Far Cry isn’t anything new, but Far Cry 6 carries on the tradition with radio songs unlocked through 15 very well-hidden USB sticks.

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This guide will show you where to find all of the USB sticks in the game, including their map locations and screenshots. After collecting all of the USB sticks, you’ll also get a new trophy and achievement: That’s My Jam

All USB Stick Locations & Radio Songs


Hitboy can be found in Quito, Ventura Summit, Isla Santuario at the Viviro Plantation during Fire and Fury. This USB stick will be on a desk on the bottom floor of the blue brick building with the alarm attached to it.  

Pulpa De Tamarindo

The Pulpa De Tamarindo USB stick can be found at Ocaso Marina in southwestern Costa Del Mar, Madrugada. The marina is west of the Cortina Weather Station. Look for a table against the corrugated metal in the picnic area attached to the building at the marina. 

What a Bam Bam

What a Bam Bam is in Verdera, Lozania, in central Madrugada. It’s the city you visit during Bury the Hatchet. Facing the cathedral in the square, go to the orange and blue building to the left.

There will be a laptop on a table against the building on the left side, across from the outdoor dining area with umbrellas. The USB stick is on the table.

Abuso De Poder

The Abuso De Porter radio song can be found at FND Airbase Olimpia in Oasis Plains, Augas Lindas, nothereastern Madrugada. Go to the top of the air traffic control tower barely north of the airbase marker on the map.

It’s across from the helipads. The USB stick is attached to laptop by the antenna, across from two chairs and a TV.

Sentimiento Original

Travel to the Mambo Hideout (if you have it unlocked) in extreme northern Madrugada, east of the Ocaso Lighthouse. Look in the dumpster next to the thatch building with the green supports for the USB stick. The building is directly across from the workbench and Bandido Operations board.

Pxssy Powah!

Pxssy Powah! is behind Clara by the laptop on the makeshift table right after receiving orders in Esperanza for Paradise Lost. 


This radio song can be found in the parking lot of the Towels International Resort just east of the Oku Creek Checkpoint in Barrial, Valle de Oro. The resort is just before the bridge, and the USB stick is in one of the green dumpsters on the left side of the parking lot.


This USB stick is found in Orquidea Villa, Muerte Point along the east coast of Barrial. Go to the house in the southwestern portion of the estate, just along the red line denoting the trespassing area.

Climb to the roof of the house by using the vines on the pergola in the back. It’s on the left side, just before the satellite dish.

Ay Lola La Figura

Complete the treasure hunt And the Beat Goes On for this USB stick. The hunt can be found in the mountains northeast of Segunda, between the town and the Montuno Hideout. The USB stick is attached to the turntables at the end of the treasure hunt. 

Educate Ya

Educate Ya can be found at the Gasolinera Del Paraiso gas station barely south of the Diamante Checkpoint W in Balaceras. The USB stick is just inside the door of the station to the right, plugged into a laptop. 

La Vida Me Cambio

This radio song can be found at the Sureno Shipyards, in the southwestern portion of Sierra Perdida, El Este. The USB stick is on a desk in the guardhouse at the entrance to the military target. 

Yo Aprendi

You can find this USB stick in Maldito, which is on the southeastern tip of Conuco, below Sombreado Gorge and Schaub Pass. Go to the raised building on stilts at the edge of the pond, on the northern side of the area. It has a red ladder attached to it. The stick is inside on a table. 

Los Caminos De La Vida

This radio song can be found in the Fernando Valley, Conuco in central El Este. Go to the Casa Rivera marker on the map, just northwest of the “F” in Fernando Valley. The collectible USB stick is on a table on the back porch of the house with the teal car on the cinder blocks with the hood open.

You can get this one during the Everything to Lose Yaran Story, where Petra Toca asks you to help the farmers in the area. This house is up the hill adjacent to the woman who requests your help with the generator.

La Bella Ciao De Libertad

Go to the Turgenev Comms Post in Catalina Ridge, La Joya in El Este. There are two red towers to the right of the building and a bunker between. Enter the bunker and follow the path to the control room. The USB stick is on the green desk behind the FND cache.

Here We Kum

Go to Barrio Antiguo, Esperanza for this USB stick. You’ll be going back to the rooftop where the game started. Place a waypoint just above the second “R” in Barrio on the map, and you should be able to find the entrance to the alley and stairwell needed to go up to the roof.

The archway is on the left side of the street between a green building and a beige building. Just follow the path, and go into the small shed on the right side of the roof to find this collectible on a rack.

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Those are all of the UBS sticks in Far Cry 6. After finding the last of the USB stick locations, you’ll have 15 more radio songs to play in each of your rides, even the unique ones. You’ll also have the That’s My Jam trophy/achievement for your hard work. For more on Ubisoft’s latest open-world shooter, consider clicking the links above or heading over here to our guides hub.

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