Ariana Grande
Singer Ariana Grande arrives at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 8, 2015. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

Ariana Grande is now busy promoting her second fragrance named after her brother. The new fragrance is called Frankie which is named after Grande’s older brother. The singer announced the launch of her new perfume through Twitter over the weekend.

“Yas! #smellssogoodtho #wearingitrn #frankiebyarianagrande #frangrancesforall #thebottlealsolookslikeaspaceship,” she tweeted a response to her brother’s Tweet announcing the scent. The limited-edition fragrance is gender neutral. The eau de parfum spray is named after the 32-year-old “Big Brother 16” star.

The fragrance is “vibrant, energetic and next level” and boasts notes of pink pepper, apricot, wild orchid, cedarwood and musks. Frankie is packaged in a silver geometric-shaped bottle and is adorned with a big black poufy pom-pom. Currently the perfume is available on for $49 for 50 ml.

The 22-year-old singer launched her first-ever fragrance, named ARI by Ariana Grande in September. Through her scent, she wanted to capture a little bit of her energy, personality and a bit of her, she told during the launch. She was happy that her fans were able to take home a little bottle of her, which was kind of a personalized version.

ARI by Ariana Grande has notes of sparkling fruits and ultra-feminine florals, along with musk and woods and “an addictive hint of marshmallow.” The fragrance is available in a cute pink bottle with white pom-pom as 50 ml Eau de Parfum. Grande said marshmallow is her favorite and while creating the scent she smelled it on its own a few times and then smelled all the notes together and was very happy with the result.

Grande also teamed up with Mac Cosmetics as the new face of Viva Glam in October. She has also co-created a lipstick and lipgloss for the cosmetics major. The star’s charitable lip line is now available on Mac’s official website. All the money earned from sale of the products will go toward women, men and children living with HIV/AIDS.