• Abigail is a singer-songwriter who sings in Kiswahili, English and French and has mastered four musical instruments; violin, piano, guitar and drums.
• Abigail dreamt of becoming a global superstar since the age of 5 years
Multi-talented songstress Abigail Chams née Abigail Chamungwana has officially joined Sony Music Entertainment.
Abigail, also a multi-instrumentalist, is a singer-songwriter who sings in Kiswahili, English and French and has mastered four musical instruments; violin, piano, guitar and drums.
On her signing to Sony Music Africa, Abigail said;
"I feel blessed, honoured, and fortunate to be one of the performing female artists to represent Africa on a major label!
This is a dream come true, a manifestation of sorts and the constant pursuit to be better each day. It is a testament to my faith and hard work.
The world is about to get the Abigail experience!"
Abigail, who has dreamt of becoming a global superstar since the age of 5 years, is a UNICEF Youth Advocatefor Mental Health and Gender-Based Violence and has been hosted on the popular American show.
The KellyClarkson Show.Musically, she has already begun garnering a steady audience with collaborations with some of the biggest artists in Africa like Rayvanny and Blackie.
Welcoming Abigail to a leading global music label, Christine ‘Seven’ Mosha, Head of Sony Music East Africa said;
"Abigail is truly a multi-faceted artist with a powerful voice, look and energy that will captivate audiences.
We believe that Abigail has the kind of standout talent that will take her into different markets across Africa and globally; we are thrilled to welcome her to the Sony Music family."
Abigail will be releasing her first single U and I on Friday, the 17th of June.
The U&I track will introduce Abigail who was formerly known as Abby Chams, a name change move she made after turning 18 years old.