Want to Experience a James Kennedy DJ Set on Demand? Now's Your Chance

The Brit's album PUMP Sessions is available now. Give it a listen and live out all of your #PumpRules dreams. 

We've rarely seen James Kennedy more upset than when Lisa Vanderpump put his PUMP Sessions album on hold after his inebriated and aggressive behavior at work this season of Vanderpump Rules. However, things are looking up for the British DJ as PUMP Sessions has finally seen the light of day.

The album, which features 10 songs curated by James himself, is now available for purchase for $9.99 through PUMP's official online store. It will also be available on iTunes soon, according to James. It's described as "the perfect addition to any party" and features the track "Don't Look Down," which got a mind-altering music video a couple of weeks ago.

Lisa's son Max Vanderpump also guests on the songs "Sevii" and "You Can't Wait," for which James plans to shoot a music video next. "It's going to be something by the beach and the ocean, maybe playing live on the back of a semi-truck heading south on [the Pacific Coast Highway], perhaps end[ing] at [a] sunset bonfire beach party!" he told The Daily Dish earlier this month. "The possibilities are endless and I am on a mission to always make my next video more outrageous than the last."

In fact, that natural imagery is what really inspired the album, more so than the West Hollywood eatery seen on Vanderpump Rules."The Pump Sessions album is a compilation featuring these two songs and many more," James said. "My main inspiration of the album was the ocean and the deep wasters planet Earth has to offer."

Still, James isn't forgetting about his employers who made the whole album possible. He expressed his gratitude to Lisa and Ken Todd for allowing him to complete the recording." HUGE thanks to @LisaVanderpump and @KenToddBH for believing in me, can't believe the album is finally out," he tweeted Tuesday.

Unfortunately, James' collabo with Lala Kent, "Feeling You" is not included on PUMP Sessions, but that just makes us even more excited for the possibility of it appearing on a (hopefully) PUMP Sessions Vol. 2. At least we'll always have this performance.

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