Belouis Some, is a British singer, songwriter, and musician whose influence has deeply been felt in the 80s music scene. Nestled in the United Kingdom, specifically London. He rose to prominence with a series of hits that resonated both in the UK and internationally. Among his most notable tracks are “Some People,” “Imagination,” and “Round, Round,” the latter gaining further fame through its inclusion in the soundtrack of the iconic John Hughes film “Pretty in Pink”.

The sound of Belouis Some is distinguished by its catchy tunes and skillful fusion of synth-pop elements with an upbeat, groovy vibe. The colorful and avant-garde 1980s music scene, which took cues from a broad spectrum of sources, gave rise to his own style. Over his career, he has collaborated with several different producers and musicians, and each of them brought something unique to the table that improved and honed his technique.


With this amazing new remix of his legendary hit song “Imagination,” Belouis Some takes you back to the heyday of 80s music with a modern touch. This reworking of the iconic song will be available on June 14th, 2024 as a part of the much awaited “Orchestral Eighties” project. The remix creates a soundtrack that is both recognizable and thrillingly fresh by fusing the grandiose orchestral arrangements with the nostalgic appeal of the original.

This is 80’s pop revived in “Imagination” by Belouis Some. With its captivating sound, catchy beat, and groovy tune, this song will have you dancing from the first minute onward. You’ll be bopping your head, thumping your feet, and helplessly swaying to the beat of this pop masterwork because of its groovy vibe. Personally, I found myself standing, doing funny funky dance moves. I lost control with hands in the air and body moving uncontrollably to the rhythm. Let me put this song into perspective for you; imagine you take the wonders of pop and then you perfectly blend it with the irresistible groove of funk music, and then you lace it with the rhythmic flow of the bass. Oh heck yes, that’s what this song is.

What was created was a funk-pop masterpiece with a steady but evolving groove, energetic upbeat and midtempo rhythm, with an infectious melody, truly a sonic wonder. So now let’s break down this song a bit so you get the gist of the blissful journey you’re about to embark on. The song opens with the rhythmic pulse of the drum base-kick, hitting double notes, and at first, this happened at intervals in the beginning giving the song an anthemic start. Together with this anthemic drum base-kick were the infectious strings of the synth-guitar bringing a unique energy to the song, the underlying sounds of sweet charming piano sounds, beautiful clashing of percussion sounds, and a melodic collision of diverse sophisticated synth sounds all coming together to create the very first core of this masterpiece.

From this very opening wonder, I was already drawn into a world of energetic wonders. At the 0:18 timestamp, the sounds were heightened by the inclusion of the bass guitar, and oh my days, was it interesting. The bass guitar sounds brought a thick texture to the entire song with its depth in nature and majestic elegance. It added richness to the song, bringing out that funk energy with a steady rhythmic pattern that was consistent. Finally, at the 0:26 timestamp, the voice of the living legend himself, Belouis Some, graced my ears with its rich and warm quality. His voice had a soothing yet energetic feel; it was both powerful and calm, carrying the lyrics with so much grace and precision.

With his voice, the song gains its full form, cruising with so much groove, funk, and energetic feel. Shortly after I heard the sexy and soothing voice of Belouis, I heard the voice of the backup singers. The introduction of the backup singers was like a revelation as they were first introduced, creating paradisical vocal harmonies and melodies that elevated the song’s feel. Shortly after, they began to serve as a complement and response vocal to Belouis. The backup vocals were angelic, soothing, and calm. It was like a reverie, truly beautiful.


As the song progressed, it didn’t let up for a single moment. It maintained its infectious energy from start to finish. The funky bass riffs and consistency kept the song progressively evolving, while the synth-guitar strings danced with so much freedom and happiness, lacing the song with a unique groove. The inclusion of electrifying guitar strings during the course of the song also elevated the song’s entire energy. During the progression of the song, trumpet-like sounds also emerged, adding warmth and richness to the entire instrumental makeup. The lacing of the piano melodies was also consistent. Everything about this song was truly magnificent; it was a true work of art, a masterwork of musical creation, a reverie of sound.

You want to groove? You want to feel freedom? You want to feel the thrill of life? Yeah, this song is for you without a single doubt. In fact, this song is for the world at large. Adding to the allure of “Imagination” by Belouis Some, this song also boasts three other versions that are equally as infectious, groovy, and intoxicating: The Orchestral Version, The Orchestral Extended Version, and The Main Extended Version. Each version offers a unique twist, allowing you to experience the funk-pop masterpiece in different yet mesmerizing ways. Together, these versions culminate in four distinct yet equally captivating ways to enjoy the artistic brilliance of “Imagination.”

Belouis Some has made a significant mark once again with the release of “Imagination” as part of the “Orchestral Eighties” album. This ambitious project, releasing internationally on July 19th, 2024, is a collection of 14 tracks that revitalize the hits of the 80s with full orchestral arrangements. The “Orchestral Eighties” album features a series of single releases, each bringing new life to classic 80s hits with orchestral arrangements. The lineup kicks off with Hollywood Beyond’s “What’s The Colour Of Money” on May 31st, 2024, followed by The Belle Stars’ “Sign Of The Times” on June 7th, 2024, and Belouis Some’s “Imagination” on June 14th, 2024.

Subsequent releases include tracks by various artists on June 21st, 2024, Candi Staton’s “Young Hearts Run Free” on July 5th, 2024, Curiosity Killed The Cat’s “Down To Earth” on July 12th, 2024, Westworld’s “Sonic Boom Boy” on July 19th, 2024, and another Belouis Some classic, “Some People,” on July 26th, 2024. The lineup continues with Curiosity Killed The Cat’s “Misfit” on August 2nd, 2024, A Flock Of Seagulls’ “Some Dreams” on August 9th, 2024, The Belle Stars’ “Iko Iko” on August 16th, 2024, Curiosity Killed The Cat’s “Name And Number” on August 23rd, 2024, and Farrington And Mann’s “Heaven Knows” on August 30th, 2024.

Each single is accompanied by stunning new artwork that combines the vibrant colors of the 80s with contemporary graphic design. Additionally, alternate mixes, including purely instrumental and extended versions, will be available, offering fans multiple ways to enjoy these classic tracks. The “Orchestral Eighties” album will be available in various formats, including digital, album CD, and a 3CD box set. This special edition will feature previously unreleased versions and a brand-new, exclusive track by A Flock Of Seagulls, ensuring that audiences can enjoy their favorites across all mediums. This comprehensive approach reflects the project’s dedication to celebrating and preserving the timeless appeal of 80s music while introducing it to new listeners in a refreshed and innovative format.

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