Hip-Hop Artist’s Releases You May Have Missed For March 2024

    March 2024 was a solid month for hip hop releases, with a good mix of established and rising stars dropping new projects. ScHoolboy Q returned with “Blue Lips,” his first album in a few years, while veteran producer Mike teamed up with Tony Seltzer for “Pinball.” Up-and-coming artists like That Mexican OT (“Texas Technician”) also made their mark. There were interesting releases beyond just albums too, with Latina rapper Arianna Puello putting out her girl power anthem “Amazona” for International Women’s Day.

    March also saw some genre-bending projects gain recognition. For instance, rapper Tyla’s self-titled debut brought a vibrant energy by infusing hip hop with the South African sound of Amapiano. Future & Metro Boomin dropped as well, the highly anticipated collaboration, “We Don’t Trust You,” dominated the later part of the month. Tierra Whack Fans eagerly awaited the release of her full-length album, “World Wide Whack,” after her critically acclaimed 2018 EP. Kenny Mason, the Atlanta rapper’s sophomore album, “9,” promised a further exploration of his unique blend of genres, including shoegaze and grunge rock. And Shabazz Palaces, the Seattle duo released “Exotic Birds of Prey,” showcasing their signature abstract and intellectual style.

    More releases you may have missed for March 2024:

    • Eric Bellinger: This singer-songwriter dropped “The Rebirth 3: The Party & The Bedroom,” likely offering a mix of smooth vocals and party anthems.
    • Buddy – Don’t Forget to Breathe: This Los Angeles rapper likely delivered a smooth and laid-back project.
    • Flo Milli – Fine Ho, Stay: This Chicago rapper is known for her confident and playful style.
    • Lil Skies – Out Ur Body Music: Expect introspective lyrics and emotional melodies from this rising star.
    • Lukah & Real Bad Man – Temple Need Water Village Needs Peace: This collaboration suggests a project focused on social issues and uplifting messages.
    • Trippie Redd & Machine Gun Kelly – Genre: Sadboy: This pairing of emo-rap pioneers could be a dark and emotional journey.
    • Young Roddy – Set Me Free: This Baton Rouge rapper might explore themes of struggle and perseverance on this release.
    • SIR: This artist known for his soulful sound released “Heavy.”
    • Chief Keef & Mike WiLL Made-It: This pairing of a Chicago drill legend with a prolific southern producer, “Dirty Nachos,” could be a genre-bending surprise.
    • Yungeen Ace – Forgotten Star: Expect raw and emotional lyrics reflecting on the streets from this Florida rapper.
    • Joyner Lucas – Not Now I’m Busy: Fans might have been waiting for some socially conscious commentary with this release.
    • Bfb Da Packman – Forget Me Not: This Detroit rapper likely dropped a project filled with street anthems.
    • Ransom & Harry Fraud: This collaboration between a skilled lyricist and a respected producer, “Lavish Misery,” promises hard-hitting bars over dark, atmospheric beats.
    • NAHreally: Featured on Bandcamp for his witty social commentary on the album “BLIP,” offering a more underground perspective.
    • Jae Skeese & Superior: Their collaborative effort, “Testament Of The Times,” suggests a focus on current events and social issues.
    • Bizzy Banks – Get Money Take Over Vol. 2: Expect more aggressive and braggadocious bars from this Michigan rapper.
    • CJ Fly – baited: This member of the Pro Era collective could offer a boom bap influenced project.
    • 24kGoldn – Growing Pains: This artist might explore themes of coming-of-age on his new release.
    • Bktherula – LVL5 PT2: Look for more hard-hitting and energetic bars from this Detroit rapper.
    • Nemzzz – DO NOT DISTURB: This artist’s title suggests a more introspective project.
    • Kembe X & Hippie Sabotage – Sleep Paralysis: This collaboration hints at a darker and more experimental sound.

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    Queen Suigeneris
    Queen Suigeneris
    Based in Philadelphia, Queen Suigeneris is the Lead Writer for HipHopUntapped. She enjoys reading, poetry, and fashion.

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