Doc y White (formerly Cubanito 2002) is a Cuban music band that was formed in 2002, as their former name suggests. They released their first album, Soy Cubanito, in 2003. While the band’s origins are in hip hop and rap music, its genre today can be best described as modern reggaeton
It all started in the mid-1990s, when its then three members, Haniel Gonzalez Martinez, Javier Duran Webb, and José Angel Sastre Perez, were listening to U.S. rap songs. This influence led them to shortening their names to Flipper, El Doctor, and White. They also took on a new look, dressing up in bandanas, baseball caps and extra-baggy jeans. The trio formed their first group, Primera Base, and became a major hit at the Havana Rap Festival in 1995, following a stellar performance.
The latest album marking this collaboration is titled “To Live 4 Love”, which includes 12 tracks with three songs featuring English verses. The album is planned for release towards the end of 2015.