G-Unit producer DJ Whoo Kid has given his official co-sign on the upcoming Method Man, Raekwon and Ghostface Killah album release, Wu-Massacre.

Impressed by the compilation album’s overall content, the popular deejay has promised not to illegally release the project.

“Oh my God man, I just heard the album, it’s crazy man,” Whoo Kid said in a video. “The Wu-Massacre, DJ Whoo Kid, yo, I got respect from them, I’m not gonna bootleg it. I’m gonna wait until it comes March 30th so I’m not gonna bootleg it but motherf*cking crackheads, potheads, white kids, old people, young people, y’all need to get this Wu-Massacre! That sh*t is serious. Pow! I’m not gonna bootleg it.” (Best of Both Offices)

A tracklisting for the album was released last month.

Wu-Massacre: 1. Criminology 2.5 featuring Raekwon and Ghostface Killah 2. Mef vs. Chef 3. Ya Moms Skit 4. Smooth Sailing Remix featuring Ghostface Killah, Method Man & Solomon Child 5. Our Dreams 6. Gunshowers featuring Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck and Cappadonna 7. Dangerous featuring Raekwon, Method Man and Ghostface Killah 8. Pimpin’ Chipp 9. How To Pay Rent Skit featuring Tracy Morgan 10. Miranda 11. Youngtown Heist 12. Breaka Breaka “Its That Wu Sh*t” 13. Made Men (Bonus) (Rap Radar)

Raekwon recently spoke on the project’s overall importance to the Wu-Tang Clan.

“I’d say probably four or five months ago,” Rae said about the album’s recording process. “We just wanted to make another album that really represents our brand, which is the W. When you think of Wu-Tang, we’ve been in the business for damn near almost, what, 17 years? We just want to make sure that people still know that we didn’t go nowhere — musically, passionately about hip-hop. When you get records like this, it helps keep the W flag up high. You know what I mean? Like the American flag. We gotta take care of that flag. It was something that was going to happen sooner or later. Us three, we always work good together throughout the years. On a lot of records, me, Ghost, and Meth was always next to each other. If you look at [the Wu-TangClan] as being the Lakers, we are the MVPs of the team.” (Entertainment Weekly)

In addition to co-signing the Wu, Whoo Kid has also been putting out unreleased video interviews from the early 2000’s as of late.

“Yo this is crazy, I’ve got unlimited footage man, you guys on those wack websites using regular content, I’ve got thousands of hours of video,” Whoo Kid promised in a recording. “And I mean, from the 90’s. The early T.I., the early Kanye, I was there before Kanye flipped his car. He don’t even know, I didn’t even remember filming him. But check it out, we did and I got it. So you can check it out, RadioPlanetTV, yo, who knows what’s in here. I hope you rappers ain’t got bad footage because I’m putting it all out.” (Radio Planet TV)

Check out DJ Whoo Kid speaking on The Wu-Massacre below: