Singer-actress Niki Chow Lai-kei usually has no difficulty naming the favourite tune on her albums, but she's finding it hard to make up her mind about her latest release. 'I can't tell which track is my favourite this time, I really love them all. They might just be songs of no longer than four minutes, but there's a lot of hard work behind every single one of them. None of them came easily,' Chow (below) said. Her latest album, Redefine, is Chow's fourth studio release since her debut in 2005. The first batch of albums sold out quickly and her company pressed a second batch after less than a month. 'I felt the same pressure I did as a newcomer. The result was encouraging, a confidence booster. I can't wait to get to work on my next music project,' Chow said. Her production team for Redefine includes some of Hong Kong's most sought-after music talent, namely singer-songwriters Khalil Fong Da-tong and Chet Lam Yat-fung, composer Keith Chan Fai-young and lyricist Lin Xi. 'I learned a lot by working with these experienced musicians. Most importantly, I found the kind of music that can represent who I am. It was time-consuming to line up all of them, but the result totally paid off,' Chow said. Redefine marks an artistic breakthrough for Chow. 'Making the album made me realise how capable I really was. I tried to sing the groovy R&B style for the first time. I even wrote lyrics for one of my songs. Now I want to try more and see what else I can do.' Chow said she believes nothing is impossible as long as she tries really hard. 'If you never try you can never succeed. I think as long as I put my heart into this, people will see my efforts and that's already good enough for me.'