^ Rap God is simply a lyrical masterpiece. Think he raps like 100 words in 16 seconds towards the end as well.
As for the album, I have listened to it multiple times now. A perfect sequel to 'Recovery' and throwback to his early career at the same time. 'Bad Guy' kicks off the album with a bang and catches fire when Em switches the beat up around the 5 minute mark. 'Headlights' is probably the most personal song Em has ever recorded and that is saying something. There is the commercial song with Rihanna which will dominate the charts. The song with Kendrick is probably the first time Em hasn't murdered someone who he has featured with but that is more a testament to Lamar's talent than Em falling off. Overall a fantastic album, and my pick for album of the year ahead of YEEZUS and Holy Grail.
I have a feeling Theophilus London is going to break through soon. I only knew about him from his collaboration with one of the sisters from Tegan and Sara, but I've seen his name around very often lately. I love 'Stop It'
He's also Azealia Banks new album which is excellent