Princess Ingrid Alexandra (19), daughter of Crown Prince Haakon (49) and Crown Princess Mette-Marit (49), has been studying at Elvebakken Secondary School in Oslo for the past three years.
It also means she’s getting drunk this spring, like tens of thousands of third-graders across the country.
Following in mother’s footsteps
As it should be, it will both be fixed and socialized over the next month. For Ingrid Alexandra, it is done with the rest of the Russians at Russian Bus Studio 23.
Finish today Watch and listen This year’s Russian celebration reveals that the princess and her Russian gang have good help. Andreas Haagland (30), a popular artist known as Dix, has secretly composed a Russian song for the bus.
The song was released on Friday night. “The Pøssy project is back in Russian time,” Dix writes on TikTok. The song has the same name as the Russian bus – “Studio 23”.
“I’m always the one making the noise. I’m always the one at the party. Everyone knows what happens when that drink goes down, I’m always the one who gets drunk, but I’m caught,” the song begins.
And, “I’ll never be the first in town, never the first to vomit” is sung. I’m not the one to say no when you offer” and “I’m always the one who comes, can’t say stop”.
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The artist owns the rights to the song and all streaming revenue.
Hagland began his career as an artist in the Russian genre in 2013 and has made it big over the years with songs like “The Shack” — “It’s allowed to be a whore tonight. Will you come home with me while we drink under the table?” – “Happo Club” and “Oljeparna”.
It’s not known how much Hagland earned from Russell’s singing of Princess, but step by step NRK A popular Russian song can bring about half a million kroner. According to the artist, he earned millions from his Russian songs Finsavicen.
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