It’s a rappy meal.
McDonald’s has teamed with hip-hop artist Travis Scott to drop a hot new meal for fast food enthusiasts. The unlikely alliance marks the Golden Arches’ first collaboration with a superstar since they partnered with Michael Jordan in 1992, Newsweek reports.
“We’re excited to bring the Travis Scott Meal to a McDonald’s near you,” said McDonald’s US chief marketing officer Morgan Flatley of the promotional meal, which is available starting today through Oct. 4.
For just $6, the Cactus Jack — also Scott’s nickname and record label — is comprised of a Quarter Pounder with cheese, sizzling bacon and crisp lettuce, medium fries with BBQ sauce to dip and a Sprite, per the McD’s press release. Alas, the set list doesn’t include a toy rapper facsimile, but fans can make like Scott and order in-restaurant, for carryout, at the drive-thru or through the McDonald’s app.
“I couldn’t be more excited to bring the Cactus Jack x McDonald’s collaboration to life,” said Travis Scott, who is reportedly a die-hard Golden Arches fan, having grown up in Houston eating at the chain.
“We are bringing together two iconic worlds,” said the “TKN” singer, adding that he “can’t wait for people to see what we have in store.”
The Travis Scott Meal is available at all US McDonald’s outlets, except those in Hawaii, Alaska and US territories.
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