Paul Robert Engemann (born June 2, 1953) is a 1980s pop musician best known for his 1983 song «Scarface (Push It to the Limit)«.The song featured prominently in the film Scarface, which was released in the same year.

Together with Giorgio Moroder, he landed a number one hit in Germany (#81 in USA) with «Reach Out», that became the official song to the 33rd Olympic Games 1984 in Los Angeles. Among other releases were «American Dream» (with Giorgio Moroder 1984), «Face To Face» (1985), «Shannon’s Eyes» (1985, 1986), «Brain Power» (Summer School – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack 1987), «To Be Number One» (1990), and «NeverEnding Story» (2000).

Paul Engemann was the lead vocalist of the 1980s band Device, whose only album, the futuristically titled 22B3, was released in the spring of 1986. It produced a Top 40 single with «Hanging on a Heart Attack», which peaked at number 35. Device was formed by musician-songwriter Holly Knight,[1] with Engemann serving as lead vocalist along with Knight, and session guitarist Gene Black. Producer-songwriter Mike Chapman, who had worked with Knight in the past, produced the album.