Sports fans are deep into March Madness right now, and college basketball is taking over sports channels. But online, music fans are using brackets to figure out their favorite artists' top track.

Last Sunday, Carrington Harrison dropped the #KanyeMadnessBracket, which pitted the rapper and designer's rich catalog against itself with songs divided into North West, Donda, Chicago and Saint "conferences:"


After the Kanye bracket went viral, fans started creating brackets for other artists such as Brockhampton, Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Future and Childish Gambino, according to Pigeons and Planes. There's a Reddit thread that compiles them all, in fact. 

@theneedledrop I saw your Yeezy bracket and would love to see your take on this Brockhampton March Madness bracket breakdown as well— Luca (@lucavesh) March 14, 2018

Here's my Official #DrakeMadnessBracket— ᴠɪᴄᴋ ᴍᴏɴᴛᴏʏᴀ (@vickmontoyaa) March 12, 2018

inspired by @cdotharrison, i present to you the Kendrick Lamar Best Song Bracket— a-i-d-A-n (@aglowa6) March 13, 2018

ok here it is. the official, comprehensive future march madness bracket. 64 songs. share, RT, save and post, idk just spread this i wanna see it everywhere— hannan (@richhomiekhan) March 14, 2018

Migos teamed up with The Undefeated to join in on the bracket fun, too! Their tournament is called #Skrrrt16, which is kind of perfect. 

And for those who want to compete on an entirely different level, there's a general rapper bracket, as well. Now THAT will be tough. 

The Official #RapperBracket— 64 MC Tournament (@RapperBracket) March 2, 2018

We want more of these brackets, and we think they should span across music genres! Imagine a … Beyoncé bracket. O.M.G.

Oh wait, y’all already did. #BeyHive.

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