Zeeman Music Limited is a music production company, registered in England and Wales, and is run by Ezeibe Agomo, a hobbyist singer, producer and instrumentalist.
Ezeibe has had a lifelong interest in music, which he has nurtured alongside his academic and professional pursuits. Growing up in Lagos Nigeria, he started composing melodies and harmonies in his head from an early age, but did not start formal piano lessons until the age of 15, when he was tutored in classical piano for one year. Despite his teacher’s urging to pursue what was apparently a natural gift, Ezeibe stopped his lessons after a year in order to give full focus to his Law degree programme. In the following years, he taught himself how to accompany singers on the piano, while serving in his campus Christian fellowship as a tenor.
Ezeibe audited a singing class in the University of Lagos, where as a tenor he performed classical pieces in the Christmas of 1997, including Hallelujah from Handel’s Messiah, Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring and Oh Holy Night. The group’s repertoire also included some Rogers and Hammerstein songs, from “the Sound of Music”. He went on to serve as a tenor in choir of the Lagos Varsity Christian Union (LVCU), a campus Christian fellowship, where he ultimately served as the Music Director. While at LVCU he began to collaborate with friends in songwriting and music production, ultimately resulting in the independent production of an album of their original songs in 2000, called “Faith in God”.
After the LVCU years, Ezeibe joined the choir of the Chapel of Christ our Light (CCOL) in the University of Lagos. He again sang Tenor and ultimately played keyboards as an assistant organist in weekday meetings. It was in CCOL that Ezeibe also stepped into occasionally leading songs as a soloist.
Ezeibe moved to London, England, in 2003 to pursue further academic studies. In London, he taught himself the rudiments of the acoustic guitar and played keyboards in two parishes of the Redeeemed Christian Church of God. He later moved to Kensington Temple in West London, where he first sang and played keyboards with the street evangelism team, before joining the late Harry George and his 2:30 band as a keyboardist and backing vocalist. Ezeibe would later join the main Kensington Temple worship team as a tenor backing vocal. He also led a mid-week worship team while continuing to play keyboards. He retired from the KT team to focus on raising a family, but not before lending tenor vocals to the KT Worship Album “More Than Enough” released under the Integrity Music label.
Ezeibe currently worships at Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB) in London, and continues to pursue music as an active hobby, writing and producing songs independently from his home.