Raymond Lam Joins Warner Music

When Raymond Lam (林峯) signed with EEG in 2007, his music career was rather successful and he released many hit songs. He even held five concerts at the Hong Kong Coliseum before his contract ended in 2017.  Since signing with Louis Koo’s(古天樂) company, Raymond has been focusing on his acting career and filming variety shows in China, but the 41-year-old is now ready to make his comeback to the music industry.

Raymond has signed a contract with Warner Music, home to artistes such as Janice Vidal (衛蘭) and Mag Lam (林欣彤). With Alfred Hui (許廷鏗)leaving Warner Music in March, the label has been searching for Alfred’s replacement and is eager to push Raymond to become the next top Hong Kong male singer under its management.

On July 7, Warner Music officially announced Raymond joining the label and shared his new Cantonese single, “Love Song Singer” <唱情歌的人>. With years of absence from the music scene, Raymond’s comeback is applauded and many look forward to hearing his buttery voice again.

Source: Oriental Daily

This article is written by Su for JayneStars.com.

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  1. Interesting how Warner went from Pakho to Alfred, and now Raymond… I wonder if EEG didn’t want to sign him or he didn’t want EEG.
    The HK male singers side is looking very strong this year with the comeback of Hins Cheung, C All Star, plus Keung To and Mirror.

    1. Also lmao that pic of LF….
      Honestly how big of a star is Raymond in HK after leaving the local market for so long and being a dad now? I understand people like him in dramas but for singing…?

    2. @bubbles23 EEG is known to work their stars very hard with extremely packed schedules. Raymond likely chose EEG for its marketing clout and his music career was at its peak then, but he also does not want to be a workhorse for another 10 years of his life especially after his contract with TVB ended. I think Raymond prefers a little more freedom in choosing his projects and to have more work/life balance.

  2. While his acting has been very debatable the last few years, I gotta admit his singing has always been good. Hope he continues to churn out good music with a new company.

  3. what they need are the writers and producers from the 80′ and 90’s CPOP … otherwise no matter what agency they go into the canton music is just going downhill. I remember a few years he won award for CHOK such a huge disgrace.

  4. I’ve actually always enjoyed his singing. He reminds me of the 90s pop stars, so I’m pretty excited.

  5. either they put too much hope on RL or the HK music industry has resorted to not a better choice

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