Singer/songwriter, ENISA, has introduced her latest musical offering “Dumb Boy” which she wrote herself. The track arrives with an official companion visual which she also directed, produced and edited herself.
“This is one of my favorite songs I’ve released yet. It’s a fun, light-hearted revenge love song once you take a closer look at the lyrics. I got to blend the cultural sound of my European roots with certain instruments and intertwine that instrumentation with that good old pop sound we all know and love, while still Including the soulful element with my voice,” says Enisa. “I directed, produced and edited the music video,” she continues, “I went to an empty lot in Brooklyn to create the scene with me driving the Lambo truck before heading to the Jungle City Studios rooftop capturing the amazing NYC skyline, anyone who knows me knows that I rep NYC hard wherever I can. I ended the video with a scene that included my brothers which is something that I’ve always wanted to do.”
The arrival of “Dumb Boy” comes after her latest visual “Love Cycle,” which has quickly surpassed 1.5M views. “Love Cycle” helped furthermore introduce her “soul pop sound with ethnic moods” as she describes it. Coming from an Albanian background Enisa is very intentional about creating a Middle Eastern feel with her music and incorporating elements that represent her culture. Enisa also recently introduced an acoustic rendition of “Love Cycle”, a cover of Bruno Mars’ “Grenade” in celebration of the 10th anniversary of DOO-WOPS & HOOLIGANS and her own freestyle remix to Drake’s “No Guidance.”
While attending Brooklyn College, Enisa filmed a professional performance video for her cover of “Titanium” by David Guetta and Sia, and it exploded on social media with millions of views. Her take on Hozier’s “Take Me To Church” maintained this momentum. She carried the hook of Statik Selektah’s “Ain’t A Damn Thing Change” [feat. G-Eazy & Joey Bada$$], attracting acclaim from Complex, XXL, ThisSongIsSick, and more. Plus, she joined Scridge and Genda for the viral “Karma (Remix)” (600K Spotify streams). Along the way, she delivered a string of solo singles, including “Burn This Bridge” (502K Spotify streams) and “Wait for Love” (490K Spotify streams).