Cory Goulet aka Riffy Beats (formerly known as Ken Riffy) is a music producer based in the Boston area, who enjoys helping people organize and capture their musical ideas. He has been passionate about music from a very young age, and believes that the creation process should be an honest, inspiring, and most importantly, fun experience. He attended Temple University in Philadelphia where he met former production partner Jamey Thrasher.
In 2011, the production duo (Mass Production) produced the hit single for upcoming Philadelphia artist Dosage's (now known as Dayne Jordan) debut album "Sand & Foam". That same year, Dosage opened for Lupe Fiasco at the Liacouras Center performing the early hit "Git Up To Git Down".
Shortly after graduating, the production duo relocated to Los Angeles in 2015 to pursue a career in the industry.
He has worked with Dayne Jordan, Nasty Habits, Spin Maddox, That Yung Lad, Jasz and has placed music with Disney, ESPN, and BMW and a few other brands. Flavor Flav had a song in the works with Riffy, but you know how that goes...
In 2019 he scored a short film "Lemon" which won the "Grand Jury Prize"/"Audience Choice" at the ZERO Film Festival and was the "Official Selection" at FILM INVASION LOS ANGELES. In 2020, despite the pandemic, recorded, produced and was featured on Nasty Habit's debut album “Double Up”.
Alongside producing, he writes his own songs, makes digital art, edits videos and has entered the realm of 3D graphics and animation. He is now back in New England, where he's seeking new talent and collaborators. Every artist is unique and has their own approach, something which Riffy recognizes and respects as a professional music producer.