RAPPER ArrDee has revealed how much one of his hit music videos cost to make.

Speaking on the "For The Culture" podcast, the Brighton-born musician revealed his ‘Cheeky Bars’ video cost just £100.

ArrDee, real name Riley Davies, shot onto the music scene in April after the release of the chart-topping remix Body alongside Tion Wayne and Russ Millions.

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The hit song became an overnight sensation after his verse gained popularity on TikTok.

But before the success of the UK chart topper, ArrDee released Cheeky Bars in January this year.

The music video, shot by 1Time, was filmed entirely on the Brighton beach bandstand in Kings Road.

Discussing the shoot, the 18-year-old rapper claimed the video cost just £100 to make, but said it wasn’t plain sailing.

“Do you know how many takes we had to do because people kept walking past,” he said.

The video currently has 4.1 million views on YouTube.

Later in the show, ArrDee revealed he started making music at Saunders Park in Lewes Road at the age of nine and expressed his love for his home town.

“Because we’re an accepting town, you can be whoever you want to be in Brighton,” he said. “Nobody judges no one.”

The Argus: Brighton rapper ArrDee, real name Riley DaviesBrighton rapper ArrDee, real name Riley Davies

ArrDee’s admiration for his home town is clear in a number of his videos and lyrics.

Cheeky Bars contains lyrics including “chatty white boy raised up by the seaside”, while in 6am in Brighton, the rapper says “Me? I'm just one seaside boy who sat in his ding dong rapping.

And: “Just 'cause you hear me on radio, s**t ain't changing, bro, love my city.”

In the music for his newest release Oliver Twist, ArrDee can be seen in a number of Brighton locations including the i360, Regency Square and Bexhill Road in Woodingdean.