They say the meek shall inherit the earth. But what if being meek is the point? Enter Little Pain, the world's favorite rapper who's psyched about being sad. Though he only began rapping in February he's been gaining steady ground, expanding his sound and stretching his comfort zone stylistically. With his newest track "S.I.M.P.," left the pillowy cloud he usually resides in for a more expansive, aggressive sound. Though the point is still that he's rapping in lieu of therapy, Little Pain is coming into his own as a rapper, hitting the Nasty Dave beat like he's mad at it. As Yoda once said (sort of): Sadness leads to fear. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to recording "S.I.M.P."