Abbi is an Afro Jazz and Afro Fusion musician from Kenya. He sings in several languages, including Swahili, English, French and his native language Luhya and is backed by the Kikwetu Band. He began his career in 1993 as a member of acapella gospel group "The Boyz" which was later rebranded “Safari” from where he toured the United Kingdom and Germany. Later he was part of Achieng Abura's band, and toured Spain during the time. His released his solo debut album, “Mudunia” in 2003. His second album Indigo was released in August 2007. Abbi has performed at Festival Mundial and North Sea Jazz festivals in the Netherlands and toured other countries as well. His music was produced by Tedd Josiah of Blu Zebra studios. Abbi has campaigned for the “Global Call to Action against Poverty” and is among the Kenyan artistes who have been sponsored by the Alliance Française in Nairobi.