While out in Europe, Migos took the MC rite of passage when they appeared on Tim Westwood's Capital Xtra BBC radio show. Not known for their lyrical prowess, Migos make up for their lack of lyricism with a head turning back and forth flow that shows the impressive chemistry between Quavo, Takeoff and Offset. Instead of going on for 16-bars, each member spits a few lines before the next takes over right where they left off. With their patented "Migos flow" the trio goes hard over Bobby Shmurda and Rowdy Rebel's "Computers," Gucci Mane's "Lemonade" and "Freaky Gurl," Rich Homie Quan's "Walk Through" and other beats selected by Westwood that matches the crew's style perfectly. The result is a seamless 17-minute session that will please even the harshest Migos critics. Check it out above.

Migos have a lot on its plate this summer. In June they will drop their highly-anticpated YRN The Album under Quality Control. Starting in May, the crew will be joined by OG Maco for a 23-date tour that will take them across the country. Expanding the Migos brand, the rappers will release a YRN clothing line that will coincide with the release of their album. Samples of the clothing, which includes Versace-influenced t-shirts and socks is available now via the YRN webshop. Is there anything this crew can't do?