ArrDee is being honest.
An emotional incident occurred during ArrDee's performance in front of 80,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium.
After completing his hit song Home For My Heart, he clasped his hands together and turned to face the Capital Summertime Ball attendees.
"I had my family, my little cousins, my auntie and uncle in the crowd and dedicated [it] to them," he says.
"Sometimes I struggle with genuinely soaking in the moment because I'm so focused on the performance,” he added.
"So moments like that, where the beat of the music stops and I get a second to take a deep breath and take it in, it can be surreal."
ArrDee, full name Riley Jason Davies, hit the big time two years ago with five top-10 hits in the UK.
"That trajectory was steep. And I was young when I first came in," he said, as per BBC Newsbeat.
The rapper, now 20 years old, celebrated his 18th birthday while the nation struggled with the Covid pandemic.
"By the time the world got back to normal, I was a teenager thrown into adulthood. But the trajectory of fame [is something] that I couldn't have possibly imagined, even though it was manifested."
He added about manifesting success from a young age, "But by the time I grasped the concept of it, I'd already been doing that from quite a young age and that's probably props to my mum.”
"My mum's always been heavily into that, being in touch with your spiritual self as well as your physical self."
ArrDee has been more well-known and well-known over the past two years, but he wants to continue developing while adhering to his roots.
He claims he doesn't like "acting famous" and would rather stay in his hometown where "everybody's friends with everyone."
"Keeping the same people around me that believed [in me] before it all took off,” he said.
"I feel like it's hard especially at my age to navigate when you're making new friends post-fame."