Much like 2016's The Life Of Pablo, Kanye West's new album Ye has already inspired many photoshops of its cover. The artwork, which was reportedly photographed on Kanye's phone while on the way to his Wyoming listening party Thursday night, features a mountainous landscape and a handwritten message: "I hate being Bi-Polar. It’s awesome." 

There is now a very easy way to create your very own version of the cover with the Yenerator Webapp, as pointed out by SPIN. The neon green text can now be replaced with any message you deem fit, bringing to mind the memes inspired by Drake's 2015 mixtape If You're Reading This It's Too Late.

You can get started at yenerator.com.

Kanye's Ye album is the second of five projects set to be produced by Kanye West this year. After sharing Pusha T's DAYTONA last week and Ye this week, West is set to release his collaborative project with Kid Cudi on June 8th, which will be followed by projects from Nas an Teyana Taylor. Each of the 5 releases will be 7 tracks in length.

Stream Ye, which features guest appearances from Jeremih, Ty Dolla $ign, Nicki Minaj, and more, right here.