The first day of spring isn't the only thing to look forward to in March. The month will bring hip-hop fans a ton of album releases.

The first week of the month will keep you busy, as March 2 will see the releases of Mozzy's Spiritual Conversations EP, Tech N9ne's Planet and Tory Lanez's Memories Don't Die. Larry June will also drop his EP You're Doin' Good, while Apathy will deliver The Widow's Son.

The following week of releases will kick off on March 5 when Pouya drops his long-awaited Five Five album, followed by releases from Lil Yachty, August Greene, YFN Lucci and Saint Jhn on March 9. Yachty's Lil Boat 2 will serve as a sequel to his debut project, Lil Boat, and arrives exactly two years after the first one dropped.

March 16 will be a big day, as Bishop Nehru drops his highly-anticipated MF Doom and Kaytranada-produced album, Elevators: Act I & II, and Royce 5'9" and DJ Premier team up once again for PRhyme 2. It's Bishop's second time collaborating with MF Doom on a project, following the two's 2014 release, NehruvianDOOM.

The end of the month for releases will wrap up on March 30 with Jean Grae and her fiancé Quelle Chris' joint album Everything's Fine and Rich The Kid's debut album, The World Is Yours, which the rapper has said will be the greatest project of the year.

Check out the biggest rap releases of March 2018 in the gallery below.

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