Discuz, a digital music service, is making its next round of funding, including a Series B, the company announced today.
The company, which has raised $2.6M in Series A funding led by a $2M Series A round from Founders Fund, is launching its new round of fundraising, led by an undisclosed source, the round’s lead investor, said Discuz founder and CEO Adam Levesque.
Levesque said the new round will help Discuz scale and expand its distribution, including to U.S. and international markets.
Leveque said he is looking to use the money for expanding distribution, expanding the team, and expanding the Discuz app.
Discuz will remain the only streaming service on the Apple TV, iOS, and Android.
Levensque said his company will not release the new funding round to the public until after it has been approved by the SEC.
Discus is also in talks with an undisclosed investor to add more platforms to the platform, Levesques said.
Leivasque added that he hopes to have the Discus app on all of the Apple platforms by the end of this year.