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Charlotte Gainsbourg embraces her famous surname

Singer and actress Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Singer and actress Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Collier Schorr

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Charlotte Gainsbourg remains a double threat

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French actress Charlotte Gainsbourg is known for her work with director Lars Von Trier on films such as "Antichrist" and "Melancholia." But music has always played a prominent role in her life. She made her singing debut at the age of 13 with her father, French legend Serge Gainsbourg, on his controversial song, “Lemon Incest.” Gainsbourg is currently touring behind a new album, "Rest," which pays tribute to her father’s musical legacy and addresses the grief that followed the death of her older sister, Kate Barry.

If Spotify walks like a record label and talks like a record label ... 

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The streaming giant is paying advances to some artists, which may discourage them from signing with a record label. But the company says it's not actually signing artists. How is that any different from the way a label operates? And what does that mean for artists and traditional labels?

Guest: Bloomberg News reporter Lucas Shaw