This week, we're talking about something we got an opportunity to view and afterwards it brought up some questions. We watched a documentary called Mr. Soul (it was perfect in every way, in our opinion) and it told the backstory of a show we had been watching on Amazon Prime (called Soul!). Watching it made us question where we felt black art in general currently is and where we felt it was going. Could a show this unapologetically black exist today? Could/Would a show this honest ever exist again? Why does it seem like many of the black creators with large platforms water down black expression? Is it money, they don't have as much power as we like to believe or is it something else?