Lil Dicky had one goal when creating a video concept for the song '$ave Dat Money' and that was to make the most epic rap video with a no budget.  From going door to door in L.A. looking to film in someones mansion to flying to Atlanta for free to film Rich Homie Quan's part, Lil Dicky caught everything on camera so he could document his journey of making an epic rap video without spending money on it. He even used some of T-Pain's music video shots.

The documentary is 20 minutes long, but I definitely took the time to watch it so I could how he actually made this video happen. You can watch the documentary below and check out the actual music video by clicking here. Either way, I am now a Lil Dicky fan.