Following the September launch of the Cactus Jack meal inspired by rapper Travis Scott, McDonald’s has added another celebrity meal to its menu from reggaeton singer J Balvin.

The new meal includes Balvin’s “go-to order” at McDonald’s: a Big Mac sandwich, medium fries with ketchup, and Oreo McFlurry.  As part of the J Balvin meal offer, customers that order through the McDonald’s app will receive their Oreo McFlurry for free.

The Balvin meal combo will be available at participating restaurants through Nov. 1. It can be ordered for carryout, at the drive-thru, or through the McDonald’s app for delivery, the company said. 

Balvin is regarded as one of the top-selling artists of all time, amassing more than 25 billion career streams and selling 35 million records worldwide. He is known for hits such as “Mi gente,” “Ay vamos,” “Bum bum tam tam,” and “Ahora Dice.”

“As a longtime McDonald’s fan, I am excited to join the short list of global icons who have had a meal named in their honor,” Balvin said in a statement. “I am looking forward to sharing my signature order with my fans, along with more surprises that are to come with this partnership. ¡Lego!”

This is the third celebrity meal that McDonald’s has offered since 1992, which also includes Scott’s favorite go-to order (a Quarter Pounder, a medium order of fries with barbecue sauce for dipping, and a Sprite) and former Chicago Bulls basketball player Michael Jordan’s favorite meal at the fast-food restaurant (a Quarter Pounder that included bacon and barbecue sauce).

“From topping charts around the world to landing countless award nominations, J Balvin is a trailblazing international icon,” McDonald’s U.S. Chief Marketing Officer, Morgan Flatley, said in a statement. “He’s always been a regular at McDonald’s restaurants during his concert tours, and now we’re excited to bring his go-to order to our menus across the U.S.”

McDonald’s also promised more from its tie-up with Balvin. After launching the Cactus Jack meal with Scott, McDonald’s introduced a line of merchandise with the rapper that sold out.

mcdonald's A McDonald's crew member prepares french fries as the McDonald's restaurant stock price reached record territory on April 25, 2017, in Miami, Florida. Photo: Getty Images