Well, some would be better than other on the bass impact front (215, EDC, IT01) while the others would offer better extension (PX and F9 Pro). The EDC3 is arguably the most bass shy and came off as very rolled off to my ears.
So my former sugegstions would suffice and really depend on the HipHop/EDM the OP listens to. I'm a closet basshead but shitty bass can kill well recorded HipHop or EDM and enjoy the taut snap of a drum more than the next guy.
That's really my only main issue with the IT01 as its bass is sloppy AF but has some good impact. All the sub/bass on that thing comes over as one note and is a bit boomy. Same with the EDC. The 215 is borderline in that regard but it has the most texture of the three and knows how to get out of its own way.
The PX and F9 Pro make the bass known only and only if it's the main course for a track. Otherwise, they take the backseat. I'm OK with this on some songs as the bass reaches deeper and you require a different texture and tone than the typical 808 and "boom boom bap" from the bass/drums.
I really only included the ED3 as it is a good middle ground for entry-level neutral in my opinion. They're smooth and unoffensive and as long as one doesn't need a lot of bass impact, they're sufficient in that regard. It's a good starting litmus to find what one prefers and moves onto. I personally find strong v-shaped stuff to be very polarizing as I'm in the treble sensitive and sibilant camp. For me, I get this in more aggressive v-shaped stuff than anything else. I thought about recommending some solid single BA IEMs but they may lack the bass impact and texture the OP would want. That and bass is still funky on BA's compared to DD's.
I'm not familiar with the Marshall but the 1More Triple I absolutely despised. Tuning wise it felt like a mess. The Quads were better but not by much. Also, no removal cables which is a huge turnoff in this price bracket for someone that is active doesn't help either. For the cost and bundle of accessories for all that I mentioned, I think they're a good stepping stone for the OP.