On Monday, Yang joined the Indonesian-born rapper Rich Brian, a member of the Asian-centric label 88Rising, on the first stop of his tour.
Rich Brian performs at Terminal 5 in New York on Monday.
And while Yang initially defended his behavior in an interview with Politico, he recently increased his outreach to the Asian American community by holding the meeting in Los Angeles last week.
Frank Shyong, a Los Angeles Times columnist who was at the meeting, wrote that Yang appeared receptive to concerns from those in attendance and admitted to confronting issues of race and identity ungracefully at times.
Rich Brian declined to comment on the candidate’s appearance at his concert.