Quavo continues to prove he is a jack of all trades. Now he has set his sights on mastering the production side of the music industry and is apparently getting schooled by one of the best to ever do it, Kanye West.

The Migos are making their rounds in promotion of their new album, Culture II, which drops next week. They recently checked in with Real 92.3 in Los Angeles, on the set of their "Stir Fry" video shoot, where they talked about the new project and Huncho's beat-making aspirations.

"My boy Qua been going crazy on the beats," says Offset, when asked about the producers they've been linking up with.

"I've been going crazy on the fingers, you dig?" adds Quavo. "I did a couple beats with Kanye, me and [DJ] Durel. It's crazy. He's got a crazy, different feel. He's got all his old shit that he had from like coming in making beats and he still use his original box and his original keyboards. He's still got his old hard drives, and all his samples and all the beat. Just to see that he still cherish the old stuff that he came in with, know that he still respect the grind."

Quavo mentions he makes his beats on FL Studio, but won't give up any further sauce on his routine, or where these beats will end up.

Migos' Culture II album drops on Jan. 26.

Check out their interview, where they talk the new album, working with Pharrell and wrasslin,' with Real 92.3 below.

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