Something is aesthetically off-kilter in the rap game. And Chuck D is determined to balance the creative scales. "There are too many individuals and not enough groups," declares the Public Enemy front

Something is aesthetically off-kilter in the rap game. And Chuck D is determined to balance the creative scales. "There are too many individuals and not enough groups," declares the Public Enemy frontman during a visit to Billboard's Los Angeles office. "Many of these cats [solo rappers] aren't as good as they think and say they are. You can't keep doing the same thing and expect the genre to stay vibrant."

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