Quavious Marshall aka Quavo
Quavo is undeniably Migos's leading man. He commands the most media attention and is the most recognizable member of the trio. At age 23, he's also the oldest member of the group.
He has shoulder length, mop-like dreads, and you'll never catch him without (Versace) sunglasses on.
On the track, he's the loudest and most energetic Migosian. He's also the go-to hook man. He can turn a catchphrase, or simply a single word, into a radio-ready hook, as he's done on "Versace", "Hannah Montana", and most of Migos's biggest hits. In fact, most lines on his verses sound like hooks, too.
He's always animated and precise with his wordplay. He's not the quickest or the wittiest, but his punchlines are always memorable. His whole style is driven by his sense of humor, which he displays on almost every track. All three members sprinkle ad-libs on each other's verses, but Quavo does so in the most maniacal and comical fashion.
Quavo is often credited with the triplet flow, which Migos probably didn't invent (but certainly gave new life to). But he's diversifying his style with each new track. He often blurs the line between singing and rapping, and one can see him being called upon to sing-rap auto-tuned hooks on singles by other major Atlanta artists.
In the (tragic) event of a Migos breakup, Quavo has the most potential for solo success.