ATLANTA — In Lil Dicky’s latest rap video, he rides around in a luxury sports car, prances through a mansion like he owns the place and parties on a yacht with bikini-clad women. Several athletes and A-list celebrities make cameos.

But Dicky filmed all those flashy scenes without spending a dime. The video “$ave Dat Money” made an immediate splash on the Internet, garnering a million views within 17 hours after being posted on YouTube in mid-September.

“We wanted to do the opposite of what you might see in a typical video,” said the Jewish rapper, whose real name is Dave Burd. “We thought about making the most (awesome) video, but that’s expected. Then I thought to myself, ‘What if we filmed a video without spending money?’ “

Dicky said the cost-cutting strategy saved him $30,000. His only major expenses were feeding his two-man camera crew and editors for the video. It took them six 12-hour days to create.

Dicky opens the video by asking seemingly random residents in a posh neighborhood if he and his crew can use their home to film. Most of the mansion owners say no, but one woman lets Dicky and his crew in.

He’s also seen trying to get permission to use the Lamborghini for 15 minutes. And Sarah Silverman, Kevin Durant, Mark Cuban, Tom Petty, T-Pain and Hannibal Burress all make an appearance. Gathering those A-list celebs was an easy task because he already knew them.

“$ave Dat Money” features Fetty Wap and Rich Homie Quan and was the first single on Dicky’s debut album “Professional Rapper.”