Breakr, an Atlanta, GA-based music marketing platform, raised $4.2m in seed funding.
The round was led by Slow Ventures with participation from TIME Ventures, Nas, RGA Ventures/Coalition, Baron Davis, Quiet Capital, Precursor Ventures, WNDRCO, Plexo Capital, Debut Capital, Unknown Ventures, Ozone Partners, CNC Capital, Lightspeed Venture Partners (Scout Fund), Kevin Mayer, Rich Riley, Tommy Duncan, Rich Antoniello, Nataly Langer, Dan Teran, Justin Waldron, Scott Depetris, Alex Lopez, Sterling Proffer, Mack Hollins, Matt Goetz, and re-commitments from several of the company’s existing angel and pre-seed investors.
The company intends to use the funds to staff out its product, engineering, and business development teams.
Co-founded in late 2020 by Ameer Brown, Dan Ware, Rotimi Omosheyin and Tony Brown, Breakr is a music marketing platform that connects influencers and content creators with musicians and businesses to create creative paid organic content. The company has already leveraged over 50,000 creators across 133 countries with an aggregate reach of more than 1bn followers, generated 150m views for emerging artists and allowed creators to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars.