Enisa Nikaj better known as Enisa is an American singer from Brooklyn and songwriter signed to Atlanta Records. She has over the years used her fashion sense and style to inspire upcoming musicians and fans.
Enisa was known for performing covers of top American singers like Adele and Hozier, rose to the limelight after hitting over 100k views on YouTube after performing "Take me to Church" by Hozier. She became popular on Nigeria's Twitter when she remixed her song "Love Cycle" with Davido, one of Nigeria's top musicians, then she grew a large fan base in Nigeria.
Despite the way most female artists flaunt their body in terms of dressing, the beautiful American R&B singer has broken the odds when it comes to her style of fashion leaving her to be loved and praised by many for her dress sense.
Enisa who has the heart of the girl child recently took to her Twitter page to lament over how kids would grow in this era of social media. Especially, when a girl would be comparing herself to look like other girls who don't look like their own picture in real life.
I believe this is what inspires her to stand out when it comes to her style of dressing.
Below are 20 photos that show Enisa is one of America's most decent singers when it comes to dressing.
Photo credit: Twitter
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