The '80s were one helluva decade filled with bright colors, leg warmers, and all the spandex that your heart desires. No one could have imagined back then that a genre called "Trap" would take over the world and porn 'staches would go out of style, but an artist has let his imagination run wild, blending today's popular music entertainers with and '80s-inspired vision.

Melbourne-based, Colombia-raised illustrator Fulvio Alejandro Obregon takes us down a stroll through history (or memory lane, if you're old enough) with his latest series "2080s: Past is the Future." Obregon, who goes by the name Fulaleo, went viral after sharing his artwork on Instagram. The retro, faux album covers show what today's popular artist's records would have looked like had they been created over 30 years ago.

Drake looks exactly like Lionel Richie, while Migos is giving us Bel Biv Devoe-meets-Run DMC vibes. Beyoncé is a browner version of Jessie Spano from Saved by the Bell on her cover which curiously bears the title, "Learn How to Choose Husbands." Cardi B is a blue-haired "Rebel Without a Cause" and "Spicy Mami" rocking a large gold chain, and DJ Khaled is still promoting his "Father of Asahd" movement, although he has a bit more hair and looks as if he is starring in an episode of Miami Vice.

Chris Brown is "Between Dance and Pyramids," wearing yellow shorts, Adidas kicks, and tube socks. Obregon even nods Rihanna's beauty expansion by naming her album, "Bye Music, Hi Makeup." Yet, that could also be a little bit of shade as fans are still waiting for RiRi to drop some new music, like, yesterday. Check out more of the "2080s" below.