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  • Welcome to the debut.

  • Addition of bird noises in Atlanta.

  • Falcons podcast about football and mostly everything else.

  • Um, sorry, but the name just makes me laugh.

  • So I'm Matt to begin.

  • When they asked me who the first guest was gonna be, I said, It's gotta be Jack Crawford.

  • Jack, Welcome to Pakistan.

  • I'm glad to be him.

  • And bird noises debut.

  • Yeah.

  • What do you think of that name?

  • It's definitely unique.

  • Um, that's good.

  • This is something that I wouldn't be able to think of myself.

  • So if anyone would think that I don't think many people did think of this one.

  • Except for Dan.

  • Get our digital director.

  • Speaking of names, you might have the best twitter handle sack religious people.

  • You know, someone said that to me before, and I had a few, actually.

  • Did you?

  • Yeah, I did.

  • I did.

  • So I had, like, we started with sex for 50 I like that one.

  • Yeah, and then I had Goldman sex gold.

  • Okay, Zach, religious just sounds me.

  • Yeah, definitely.

  • It was definitely start with him.

  • Um, all right.

  • So what do you think of these new digs?

  • What, you think the table here.

  • That microphone.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • It's, like, definitely built for a poke.

  • Us.

  • Yeah.

  • You got a curtain on the ceiling.

  • I heard you.

  • The reason I ask you because I heard you know your way around the studio.

  • Oh, yeah, Yeah, I heard that you did a little.

  • Ah, music producing man.

  • Yeah, that was back in my heyday.

  • So, uh, when I was growing up, I used to be into music.

  • I mean, music was my first off growing up.

  • That's what I heard.

  • So, uh, sports, Let's talk a little music here.

  • So when you were growing up, what was What kind of music?

  • Well, first of all, what kind of music did you produce?

  • What kind of what kind of music you listen to?

  • Um well, you know, I was influenced a lot by my older brothers, and they will begin to hip hop.

  • So I was obviously growing up in London, um, hip.

  • I was big in London.

  • Grime.

  • Yes.

  • So when I was growing up, we had Garrett JJ music, which was like, upbeat tempo, More like more like house.

  • Okay.

  • It was a little bit more like Graham.

  • You?

  • Yeah.

  • And then came grime music, which was like kind of street music that came from my inner cities in London Look great here.

  • Yeah, programming her.

  • Yeah, it's very grimy.

  • Just under.

  • Grant was well on the ground, and then it blew up.

  • And, um, yeah, that's like, as I was growing up in London, it blew up, and that was like Everyone listens.

  • So is there any leg Jack Crawford's songs floating out there like out on the interwebs?

  • That man there might be we got to get her hands outside on the phone, gets finder right now.

  • So who's your, like, favorite artist or your favorite band?

  • Or, um, would you listen to me not to talk about storms?

  • We see how this little stones E date sometime.

  • Davey Allison's a little bit of him.

  • I got a couple friends to back there Who, uh, you know, they wrap you tell I did some research.

  • Yeah, I ma.

  • Now listen, just arms, Dave, I don't listen to any of that.

  • Uh, you should check out a lot of people when they hear it.

  • They in the in the states.

  • They like it.

  • Okay, because you gotta hook me up with some tracks.

  • There's a lot I like to come to England.

  • All right, So you've lived over here for since Gash.

  • He moved over to New Jersey.

  • What early thousands?

  • Yeah, 2005.

  • Let's stay on the topic.

  • Music, though for a minute.

  • What's better?

  • British rap, hip hop or American rap?

  • Hip hop?

  • Tough questions.

  • Coming at you with the hard stuff is a tough question, and they're very different.

  • Um, man, that's tough.

  • You know, I would say that they both better.

  • Different, like things.

  • So I say American hip hop is I like to beat and I think that they're very catchy.

  • Okay, but the content isn't that that I have a level.

  • Where is I think English graham or hip hop is?

  • I think we're like content.

  • It's really good.

  • I think the lyricist is really good are really good.

  • But I would say that you know, I love is actually just too fast for Americans.

  • Don't understand it.

  • Okay.

  • Who's your favorite American, uh, hip hop rap artist?

  • Oh, Drake.

  • Oh, he's Canadian.

  • Um, sorry.

  • You can claim him North American will take a lot of people.

  • Wouldn't I Wouldn't be happy with, like Eminem Oh, back again.

  • Back in the day.

  • I think Eminem is top five.

  • Now, see, that's Marshall Mathers.

  • I could get into a five right now.

  • I would wouldn't I wouldn't say that.

  • Okay, Right now he's different.

  • All right.

  • So let's now we're talking about England.

  • How does a kid from Kilbourne, which is northwest of London, right end up in?

  • Was it Long Port New Jersey?

  • Yeah.

  • How does that happen?

  • Man?

  • It's crazy because, I mean, honestly, I just came over.

  • So I went to a Bastable camp in New Jersey.

  • I heard that was your first love in South Jersey.

  • Yeah, I play Boscobel growing up.

  • And then, um, I, um there was some scouts from ST Augusta High School.

  • How tall were you in high school?

  • Honest pride by 64 Okay, so, yeah, grew pretty early.

  • And then, um, the guy was in winter, Boss, we'll camp in South Jersey, okay?

  • And then there was just scouts from local high schools like New Jersey in New York for the Duffy area, and they were just looking, you know, this is, like almost like incident in the national camp, but it was also mixed in with a U teams to.

  • Okay, okay.

  • And so they kind of saw me playing out there, and they thought, you know, they want me to come to the school.

  • So you end up, it's seen on this team, and, uh, you played basketball, and then you went out for some football, and then boom.

  • Yeah, yeah.

  • Would you play defense, man?

  • Yeah.

  • So, like, when I when I started my bag that had the head coach at the time, He just wanted me to play on the boss.

  • Well coached in women's play.

  • And so I used to go to the went to the game, but she had school.

  • When I didn't play with my sophomore year, I went to the football games, Okay.

  • And, um, you know, I just thought I grew up playing.

  • I played rugby, you know, Football, soccer.

  • So So did you play a lot?

  • Was there a lot of basketball in England, or was it mainly soccer?

  • Wherever the sports you guys play, it was mainly sucker, but it was yeah, if, like that, it was mainly soccer.

  • I mean, I grew up playing every sport, to be honest, okay.

  • My dad may play cricket growing up to Wow.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay, So, like our box, I did everything.

  • So, you know, when I got to the States and I saw a high school football games, Yeah, I thought to myself, You know, I could I could do this for so.

  • And then I went outside.

  • I went out for the team.

  • I played wide receiver and defensive end wide receiver Jack Crawford.

  • Wow.

  • Possession receiver over.

  • You can't Jeff Speed or what?

  • I was catching.

  • You see, I was no blocking.

  • All right.

  • So one more question about England.

  • I promised myself I would not ask you a question about Daniel Red.

  • Is that the number one question, by the way, that people ask you the probably in the number two number two.

  • Um, And for those of you listening it don't know who Daniel Radcliffe.

  • If he's the the actor who plays Harry Potter.

  • I gotta ask you this, though.

  • Are you Harry Potter fan?

  • Did you watch the movie Siri's Or read the books or, um, man, I seen like, but I think I think that lost three movies.

  • Okay, in the in this host Deathly Hallows, Half Blood prince.

  • Yeah, I think I've seen the last three.

  • I didn't I didn't like I wasn't a big hard border final.

  • Okay, Okay.

  • So you couldn't rank the movies or anything.