McDonald’s, J Balvin Unveil Collaborative Merch Line

The J Balvin x McDonald’s collaboration has been expanded into merchandise.

License Global

October 16, 2020

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Reggaeton artist J Balvin and McDonald’s have extended their partnership to include merchandise. 

The collection is heavily inspired by Balvin’s fifth studio album, “Colores,” with pieces featuring bright colors and geometric patterns. The line includes bucket hats, aprons, chairs, house shoes, watches, rings and bed sheets.

"It's been incredible to see all the excitement from fans over the past week," says Balvin. "Not only did I want to bring my personality to the McDonald's menu, I also wanted to share my energy and creativity in a way that elevates our partnership through an exclusive merch collection that we created with my team. Now people can collect a piece of this collaboration and have it forever… lego!"

The merchandise drop comes just over a week after Balvin and McDonald’s dropped the J Balvin meal, which consists of a Big Mac, fries with ketchup and an Oreo McFlurry.

The merchandise is available now on J Balvin’s official webstore for a limited time.

For McDonald’s the partnership with Balvin continues its recent string of collaborations. Earlier this year, the fast food chain teamed with Travis Scott  for a limited-edition menu combo item.

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