Another cog in Master P's No Limit Records machine, Mr. Serv-On went to high school with Master P (as well as most of the other members of No Limit) and signed to the label on the cusp of Master P's breakout into the mainstream. Around the time Master P's Ghetto D hit number one on the album charts, Serv-On's Life Insurance (using the No Limit production machine known as Beats by the Pound) reached number 23, in September 1997. War Is Me, Pt. 1: Battle Decisions followed three years later, and was his first release away from the No Limit imprint. Serv-On would continue to go through label strife before finally finding a home on D3 Entertainment and releasing No More Questions in early 2003. ~ John Bush, Rovi