MOST newcomers in showbusiness will not hesitate to use well-established record companies and image consultants to help them boost their popularity. But new singer Wilson Lam Chun-yin finds signing up with a newly-established record company and working with new faces in the industry for his first record challenging. For his debut album, to be released early next month, Lam signed a contract with a new record company, Star Records Ltd. He also picked a relatively new image consultant and art director, Jasmine Moore, to design his image and album cover. ''My producers, Tong Tam and Stephen Kam, are also new faces in showbiz and, of course, I am a new singer,'' Lam said. ''I don't think this is risky. Actually I find it a big challenge. My belief is that if we work hard, we will get the best.'' Although he admitted that the new record certainly gave him a lot of pressure, he said: ''Under the pressure, I can do a better job and also improve myself. I find that it is a good way and I am used to such situation.'' Although Lam is a new face in the music industry, he has spent more than five years in the television and film industries. His new album, titled Let's Hear It ... Just Want To Tell You , will comprise 10 new songs which are mostly local compositions. Lam said he has great confidence in his album as he likes most of the songs. ''It is a good balance between fast and slow numbers and features a mixture of jazz and rock music and romantic love ballads. ''I have been waiting to make this album for years. It is very special to me. I hope people will accept me and my songs.'' ''At the moment, the most vital thing for me is to work hard and keep improving,'' he added. Lam is scheduled to release his first Putonghua album in Taiwan in June. Meanwhile, he is also preparing for his second Cantonese album to be released in August. ''For this, I have turned down two film contracts,'' he said, ''This year, I will spend most of my time on singing. In the future, I hope to split my time between singing and acting.'' The actor-turned-singer added: ''I think I stand a better chance than other newcomers since I've been in showbiz for a while, and my exposure in the film and TV industries is a great help.'' Lam's first break in music came when he entered the New Talents Singing Contest organised by TVB in 1987.