The video for "Push the Button" finds Paper rapping in an abandon warehouse and is reminiscent to the set up of BET hip-hop cyphers. While he raps, two artists also play the saxophone behind him. The Chase N Cashe-produced banger is a standout record off the EP and shows listeners why he's one of the better artists in Cleveland.
Stay Committed EP is the follow up to the 28-year-old rapper's Fresh Vibes Sixteen project that dropped in last year. Fresh Vibes Sixteen was a 14-track tape that was inspired by Boaz Yakin's 1994 film, Fresh and boasted Paulk's singes “260” and “Summertime Grind."
Watch the video for "Push the Button" and bump Stay Committed below,