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Mr. Serv-On only dropped two albums under the tutelage of the tank, but Life Insurance and Da Next Level both sold well. Leaving No Limit in 2000, Serv-On never got back to his past glory. The rapper released his last project, Internet Platinum, in 2011. A new track, “I Hate The Way I Live Pt. 2,” surfaced last month, however.