Mr. Serv-On

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Mr. Serv-On
Birth name Edward Smith
Also known as Serv-On
Origin New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Genres Hip hop
Occupations Rapper
Years active 1995 — present
Labels No Limit/Priority (1995-1999)
Lyfetime Entertainment (2000-2008)
Dirty Thug Records/Strange Music (2009-2011)
Hustle Blooc Ent. (2011-Present)
Associated acts Master P, C-Murder, Silkk the Shocker, TRU, Mystikal, Fiend, Mia X, Magic, Ghetto Commission, Steady Mobb'n, Big Ed, Mercedes, Mac, Soulja Slim, Prime Suspects

Edward Smith, better known as Mr. Serv-On, is an American rapper who is best known for his time spent with No Limit Records, out of New Orleans, in the mid-to-late 1990s. A high school friend of Master P, Mr. Serv-On was one of the first rappers signed to No Limit. First appearing on albums by Master P, TRU and Mia X, Serv-On's debut album, Life Insurance was released on August 12, 1997. Life Insurance was met with commercial and critical success, peaking at #23 on the US charts and #5 on the R&B charts.[1] Two years later, Da Next Level was released to bigger commercial success, making it to #1 on the R&B charts.[1] Despite the success, Serv-On left No Limit Records later in 1999. His third album, War Is Me, Pt. 1: Battle Decisions, was released independently for Lifetime Entertainment and only made it to #75 on the R&B charts.[1] Mr. Serv-On signed to Killa C's Dirty Thug Records in 2009 and released "Gangsta 1 More Time". On December 20th, 2013, he announced the release of his new album "Quaparation Canal", which is slated to be released in February 2014.[2]


Year Album Chart Positions
US US Hip-Hop
1997 Life Insurance 23[1] 5[1]
1999 Da Next Level 14[1] 1[1]
2000 War Is Me, Pt. 1: Battle Decisions - 75[1]
2001 Take a Sip - -
2003 No More Questions - -
2008 Life Insurance 2 (Heart Muzik) - -
2009 Gangsta 1 More Time - -
2011 Internet Platinum - -

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