2020 has been filled with great albums. From well known artists to up and coming acts, there has been no shortage of projects with re-play value. This article is specific to the month of March. Whether you were looking back at the month to see which albums dropped or are comparing which month had the best rap releases, this article has you covered. March saw new music from Jay Electronica after more than a decade of anticipation, Lil Uzi’s long awaited Eternal Atake and more. (Albums from the last week of February are included as they were left off of the previous month’s list).

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The Best Rap Albums of March 2020

A Written Testimony, Jay Electronica

Over a decade ago, Jay Electronica not only amazed fans with his lyrical ability but also through his mysterious nature. The mystique only grew over time as his debut album seemed like it would never drop. But after years of uncertainty, Jay Elec proved his doubters wrong by dropping his debut album A Written Testimony. The “Exhibit C” creator called on JAY-Z for help though, taking on the role of co-star for Jay Elec’s first LP. While many thought Hov outshined his Roc Nation signee on the project, there is no denying Jay Elec’s elite lyricism. Hopefully, this project will lead to a proper solo LP to prove the New Orleans-bred MC’s more than capable of greatness on his own.

PTSD – G Herbo

G Herbo may seem like a veteran because of his maturity, lyrical content and his tenure in the rap game, but the Chicago-bred MC is still only 24 years old. PTSD is Herbo’s most complete project yet as he shows growth in his song-making abilities, flows and lyricism. The title track is a standout record from the album featuring Chance The Rapper, Lil Uzi Vert and the late Juice WRLD. The eerie song sees all four artists dive into the topics of violence, survival and death from their unique perspectives.

Eternal Atake – Lil Uzi Vert

Heaven or Hell – Don Toliver

Reasonable Drought – Stove God Cook$