J Balvin McDonald’s meal: following Travis Scott Meal, Reggaeton artist will give his name to a meal on the giant fast-food chain

J. Balvin Meal comes with a Big Mac, medium fries and an Oreo McFlurry

The fast-food chain is teaming up with Latin pop star J. Balvin for a meal that includes some of his favorite menu items, following the successful collaboration with Travis Scott of the restaurant chain that has resulted in a shortage of ingredients across the world. parents.

J Balvin Meal arrives at participating restaurants across the country on Monday and is scheduled to be available until November 1, the fast-food chain announced in a press release on Monday. It features a Big Mac, ketchup fries, and an Oreo McFlurry.


When ordering the meal as an in-app offer, get any size McFlurry for free, McDonald’s told USA TODAY. Prices vary by location and the app offers the option to order fries of any size and McFlurry flavors other than Oreo for the meal.

“As a longtime fan of McDonald’s, I am excited to join the list of global icons who made a meal named after him,” said Balvin, 35, in a statement. “I’m looking forward to sharing my subscription request with my fans, along with more surprises to come with this partnership. Lego!”

Born José Álvaro Osorio Balvin in Medellín, Colombia, he became interested in music from a very young age while listening to rap, champeta, bachata, and reggae on the radio. He was also a huge fan of music videos; it was from them that he began to develop his dance movements and cultivate his own style.

He signed with EMI Colombia in 2009 and released his first single, “Ella Me Cautivó”, which reached number 35 on the US tropical chart. This was followed by the release of the feature film Real in 2010. Balvin contributed four songs to the soundtrack to Tim Bulot’s film El Negocio. All of them mapped, including “En Lo Oscuro”, which reached number one in his home country … ( learn more )