Zack and Codeine

Album: Beerbongs & Bentleys (2018)
Charted: 23
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  • Post Malone references the Disney Channel show The Suite Life of Zack and Cody as he talks about all the hedonism and excess that has come with his success.

    Man, my life so sweet, I feel like Cody
    I wake up, rinse my mouth with f---in' codeine

    Malone plays on the homophone of Cody's name and "codeine," an opiate which is used by rappers as a recreational drug.
  • The titular twins of The Suite Life of Zack and Cody live in a luxury hotel. Their place of habitation is referenced during the chorus when Malone raps about the parties he throws in hotels.
  • The song was produced by Scott Storch, whose has previously worked with Christina Aguilera (" Can't Hold Us Down") Beyoncé ("Baby Boy"), Terror Squad ("Lean Back") and Mario ("Let Me Love You").


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