In today’s music landscape, quality has taken a backseat to quantity for many artists. High-profile album releases from 2018 such as “Culture II” or “SR3MM” or even “Astroworld” all suffered from inequality due to the high number of filler tracks peppered throughout. More tracks means higher streaming numbers, which means more money for the artist and their label. But BenjiFlow, the North London-based multi-instrumentalist-turned-producer-turned singer/songwriter, is doing things a little differently. Off the success of one single track, “Deep End” and the viral video that followed, BenjiFlow has seen his name appear on artists to watch lists around the world, including here at 88nine. But he seems to be in no rush. And he shouldn’t be.