Billion-streaming Brooklyn, NY-born singer-songwriter Enisa is back with her latest dance pop anthem, “La Dadi,” available now via Atlantic Records.

“‘La Dadi’ definitely hypes me up,” says Enisa. “It’s like, ‘I’m not creating anything that’s inauthentic to me. I’m going to make the type of music I want to make and do shit my own way’. I’m going to put all my troubles away, disregard everyone’s expectations, and I’m going to do what I want to do and see where it takes me.”

La Dadi” follows what has proven the biggest hit of the New York-born Muslim-Albanian songstress’ career thus far, “Disco Cone (Take It High) [Ft. WENZL],” which vaulted to #1 on both Billboard’s “Next Big Sound” and Pandora’s “Next Big Sound” charts on the strength of over 15M Spotify streams and an official visualizer now boasting close to 8M views via YouTube. The viral smash has seen Enisa’s social media presence ascend to more than 10M cumulative followers while earning her the attention of Foot Locker and Peloton for massive promotional campaigns.

Lacing international dance pop with full-bodied Brooklyn soul and innate Balkan melody, Enisa projects her voice with a combination of uncompromising intimacy and global ambition. Hailed by MTV and FLAUNT (which declared her “a powerhouse”), the enigmatic artist has earned acclaim and a worldwide fan following for such hits as “Karaoke,” “Whatcha Waiting For,” “What Would You Do,” and “Blame It On Me,” all of which are joined by official music videos and visualizers that have earned over 624M combined views via YouTube. What’s more, Enisa was featured on a collaborations like Enisa & Davido’s “Love Cycle (Remix),”  Galantis & JVKE’s “Fool 4 U (Feat. Enisa)“ and British DJ/producer Riton’s “Never Knew Love (Feat. Enisa),” both streaming everywhere now.

Enisa made her milestone arrival in 2021, putting up numbers with one original anthem after another, including “Get That Money,” “Tears Hit The Ground,” “Love Cycle,” “Dumb Boy,” and the smash hit, “Count My Blessings.” Early 2022 saw the release of Enisa’s acclaimed EP, FAKE LOVE, alongside her network television debut with a featured role representing her home state of New York on NBC’s musical reality competition, American Song Contest. A further flurry of blockbuster releases followed, including the standout hits “Zoom,” “Just A Kiss (Muah),” and her very own World Cup tribute song, “OLÉ.” A dynamic live performer, Enisa has further lit up crowds with electrifying sets at her hometown’s Music Hall of Williamsburg, SOBs, and The Rooftop at Pier 17, along with a show-stealing appearance with Timmy Trumpet and Tinie Tempah at Tomorrowland. Having shaken the charts in nearly every corner of the globe – earning over 1B total views and streams to date – Enisa is ready to fly even higher with “La Dadi” and more new music to come.

When you listen to me, I hope you really forget your problems for a few minutes and just escape,” Enisa says. “In a lot of my new material, the underlying message is definitely empowerment. I’m reaching for the moon, not giving up, and going 100 miles per hour until I get to where I need to be this year. I’m so confident, and I have no limits on anything.


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