RAPPER ArrDee’s first ever UK tour has sold out within 30 minutes of tickets going on sale.

Earlier this week, the Brighton musician announced a six venue tour set to take place in March and April next year – including a show in his home city.

The 19-year-old is due to perform at Concorde 2 in Brighton on Tuesday, March 29, 2022.

He will also perform shows in Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and London.

Less than half an hour after tickets went on sale, ArrDee announced they had sold out.

The rapper took to social media to share his excitement.

On Instagram, he said: “Aaaaaand SOLD! We actually sold out every venue in 30 minutes. Litty 4 realli.”

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Following the successful ticket sales, ArrDee announced another show at the O2 Academy Islington on April 2, which also sold out.

“Aaaaand SOLD AGAIN. Really was a phenomenal demand because they flew before I could post. Excited to see you guys next year it’s gonna be a movie. Someone het me a Stella.”

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

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

Before the success of the UK chart topper, ArrDee released Cheeky Bars in January.

The music video was filmed entirely on the Brighton beach bandstand, while in the music video for his June release Oliver Twist, he can be seen at a number of Brighton locations including the i360, Regency Square and Bexhill Road in Woodingdean.

ArrDee’s most recent release Flowers (Say My Name) reached number one in the Official Trending Charts.

In the music video for the song, he can be seen in front of Brighton Palace Piers and in Preston Park.

ArrDee’s admiration for his hometown is clear in a number of his videos and lyrics to date.

Cheeky Bars contains lyrics including “chatty white boy raised up by the seaside”.

While in 6am in Brighton, the rapper describes himself as a "seaside boy".