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Breaking the 'Vicious Cycle': Zachary Ray & Shreya Bhattacharya's Emotional Masterpiece



Vicious Cycle, the latest single by Boston and Mumbai-based artist Zachary Ray, is a touching tribute to the struggles of trauma and mental illness. In collaboration with one of his favorite singers, Shreya Bhattacharya, this song is a powerful reminder that we do not have to fight alone.


Zachary wrote this song after a close friend from high school lost her battle with addiction, despite her incredible talent and full life. The lyrics explore the struggle with past trauma that often leads to addiction, depression, and other vicious cycles that can cause a downward spiral in behavior and negative emotions. Through his music, Zachary hopes to encourage those who may be suffering to seek help and not fight alone.



Zachary's passion for music began at a young age and led him to study at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston. He has honed his musical talents by working with world-renowned producers and teaching others at the Calcutta School of Music. He even started his own company, Chaitown Community, in 2015 to help spread his love of music and make a difference in the world.



Shreya Bhattacharya, a versatile vocalist trained in Jazz, RnB, gospel, and western classical, was the perfect fit to bring life to Zachary's lyrics. Her grace and vocal ability complement the song's meaningful message and create an emotional listening experience. The song was recorded at Island City Studios and mixed and mastered by Hersh Desai.


Zachary's passion for music shines through in Vicious Cycle, making it a must-listen for fans of emotional and impactful pop music. With lyrics that are relatable and reflective, and melodies that are sinuous and beautiful, this song is sure to connect with listeners and make a lasting impression. So, immerse yourself in Zachary Ray's emotional masterpiece and keep an eye out for more from this talented independent artist!

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