The Baltimore Sun reports that unlike the Black Eyed Peas, Dilated Peoples’ L.A. rap peers, the trio doesn’t plan to dilute its formula for the pop charts. “There’s a lot of stuff I like on the radio but, at the same time, it’s very cookie-cutter,” says Babu, who along with the Alchemist and Evidence, produced the tracks on their latest effort ‘Neighborhood Watch’. “It’s got to be a little more balanced. I remember [hip-hop] being a little more diverse when I was a kid. It still is. Now you got to dig a little deeper for different [stuff].” Read more.