Listen to the Best Hip-Hop of March 2015 All in One Playlist (Audio)

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Along with the start of Spring, the month of March brought much to celebrate in Hip-Hop. Action Bronson released Mr. Wonderful, his major label debut album. DJ EFN hit Heads off with a slew of amazing collaborations on his Another Time LP. Earl Sweatshirt fired the latest salvo from Odd Future. Ludacris re-asserted his position as one of Hip-Hop’s supreme lyricists. And, of course, Kendrick Lamar returned to center stage with his long-anticipated new album, To Pimp a Butterfly.

The beauty of what occurred in March did not lie in a handful of projects, though. Rather it was reflected in the vast diversity the month showcased. In addition to Kendrick, Bronson Ludacris and Earl, we heard new music from AZ, Big K.R.I.T., Fabolous, Big Daddy Kane, Rapsody, Inspectah Deck, MC Eiht, Juvenile, Slum Village & Phife Dawg, Jay Electronica, The Lox, Murs, M.O.P., Sean Price, Skillz, Remy Ma, Kanye West, Rapper Big Pooh, Oddisee, The Game, Yelawolf, Freddie Gibbs and many, many more. There were even rare appearances from Da Brat and Granddaddy I.U.

But, don’t take our word for it. Press play, sit back and listen to the month that was, in Hip-Hop.

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