​It's March 12th, so that means one thing is guaranteed: the NCAA's March Madness is starting to really heat up. For those of us that don't follow college basketball, this time of the year seems like a lot to do over a little tournament. Thankfully, one Twitter user made a bracket everyone can enjoy. Behold, the ​Kanye Madness Bracket.

​Carrington Harris is the Twitter user responsible for blessing us with the concept of a 64-song bracket of exclusively Kanye West's best hits over the years.

​​Unsurprisingly, it wasn't long before the Tweet went viral. The bracket is broken up into four regions all named after members of the West family, North West, Donda, Chicago, and Saint.

To aid those brave enough to fill out the bracket, Harrison created custom playlists to accompany it.

​​The bracket has sparked heated debates between Twitter users over certain match ups, for instance the first round battle between Life of Pablo's "Ultralight Beam" and The College Dropout's "Spaceship."

NFL players Chris long and Jordan Mathews even joined in on the quest to discover which Kanye song is superior to the rest.

​​What would your bracket look like? And when all's said and done, who will be crowned champion, and who will be left simply watching the throne?