Rising new talent Ronald Cheng laid claim to a place alongside the territory's four Cantopop kings when he played to a packed house at Baptist University. Despite it being his first concert in Hong Kong, Cheng's popularity rates him alongside the four big names - Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, Leon Lai and Aaron Kwok. Cheng has performed mostly in Taiwan since entering the music business. Organised by Ultimate 903 of Commercial Radio and supported by PolyGram Records, the 'Ronald Cheng Relativity Concert' was staged in front of a capacity audience at Academic Community Hall. With not a hint of nervousness, he combined his thick voice and unique vocal style with a relaxed manner to elicit enthusiastic response from his fans. In between belting out his latest hits, Cheng showed his sense of fun and drew the audience close by playing games with them. Cheng said although he frequently travelled between Taiwan and Hong Kong to develop his career, he rarely felt too tired to perform. 'The loyalty of my fans gives me energy,' Cheng said. Cheng said he hoped to sing more songs which better revealed his singing range. He also promised to spend more time in Hong Kong and show his appreciation for the encouragement, support and inspiration his fans have given him. Cheng was joined by three of his good friends at the concert _ Karen Tong, William So and Jo Jo Lee.