Big Pun And Mr. Serv-On Trace Big Easy To Big Apple Connection For New Video

In the wake of his recent Grammy nomination, rapper Big Punisher has been busy shooting several new videos for his upcoming projects and guest appearances. Two weeks after joining Fat Joe and the rest of the Terror Squad to film the clip for Joe's new single, Pun returned to the camera this week -- this time with No Limit rapper Mr. Serv-On.

The two went on location in New York City to film the video for "NY to NO," the first single from Serv-On's upcoming sophomore album, "Da Next Level." According to Pun, the song's title refers to the general unity between rappers as a whole, and more specifically, the bond between the Terror Squad and the No Limit crew.

"It's dope," Pun told the MTV Radio Network, "because you know it's two of the strongest families in hip-hop. Everybody knows that we the realest and illest MCs comin' up right now."

The new clip was shot at New York City's legendary hip-hop club, the Tunnel, and marks the first time a No Limit artist has filmed a video

in the Big Apple. Mr. Serv-On's album, "Da Next Level," also features appearances from such members of the No Limit family as Master P, C-Murder, Mystikal and Mia X, and is due to arrive in stores on February 16.