Both accusations against him have been refuted by a rapper and producer accused of sexually assaulting and taking lewd pictures of a two-year-old girl.
Publicly known as Mistakay, Kieran Cunliffe has been arrested and charged with 10 offenses in relation to the sexual assault of a child.
Five charges of sexually assaulting a girl under the age of 13 and one count of assaulting a girl under 13 by penetration of a body part are charged by the 25-year-old from Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
YorkshireLive has confirmed that he has also been charged with two counts of taking an indecent picture of a child and two counts of transmitting an indecent photograph of a child.
Mr Cunliffe, appearing via video link from HMP Doncaster, lodged non-guilty pleas at Sheffield Crown Court on all 10 counts.
During the hearing, he wore glasses and a black Nike jumper, and a trial was listed for May 18, 2021.
At the hearing, no application for bail was made by Mr Cunliffe or his representative.
The suspected crimes were committed on or before 6 October 2020 and the indented photographs are in category A and category B.
Class A is the most extreme category, and any image showing a child engaged in penetrative sexual activity is considered by the government to be put in the highest category.
Mr Cunliffe has more than 1,000 YouTube subscribers and a variety of artists have released songs.
On BBC Radio One and 1Xtra, his music was played and during an episode of Coronation Street, one of his songs was also played.
“Where I Came From,” one of his songs released in September, based on the estate where he grew up in Doncaster.