Family members Takeoff, Quavo, and Offset have the hip-hop game in the palm of their hands. In the last two years, the Migos have ascended to the top of the hip-hop game by releasing endless club bangers and catchy radio singles. They were featured on the cover of Rolling Stone last month, and although they might have been snubbed at the Grammys, their album Culture II is the number one album in the country. Culture II features several hit records including "MotoSport," "Walk It Talk It," and "Stir Fry," and hopefully the Migos' success isn’t hampered by a pending assault charge that threatens to send Quavo to jail.

The Migos believe themselves to be the biggest rap group ever, and they’re making it a point to prove their theory. Culture II enabled the trio to have multiple songs enter Billboard’s Hot 100 chart. With 14 songs currently concurrently charting, Migos tied The Beatles for most songs simultaneously holding positions on the chart.  Much like with The Beatles, all of the attention and fame may start a little in-group competition.

Just like in every family, a little competition between relatives exists within the Migos. Their rivalry isn’t loudly announced, but it exists more subtly. It’s like an unspoken tournament of who can purchase the most outlandish chain, or who can deliver the best verse. Migos’ fans all have their favorite member. Whether it’s the hook-conquering Quavo, quiet until he takes off Takeoff, or the Cardi B-dating Offset, each member brings something different to the table. Their style has influenced the entire game while reminding the world that Atlanta still has something to say. Although the crew may have a list of songs that can span the length of the Brooklyn Bridge, we picked out ten Migos tracks and ranked which member delivered the best verse.