Names on the list include Whitney Houston, Rufus featuring Chaka Khan and Pat Benatar.
“Black people need to stop making space for his anti-Blackness,” one critic said.
The documentary features songs arranged by West, and arrives next month.
The big game takes place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Feb. 2, 2020.
The music mogul made the announcement at Motown’s 60th anniversary celebration.
Tekashi said he joined the Bloods to advance his music career.
“We know we made the right decision,” Pat Houston said in a statement.
The inspirational track is titled “Shine.”
The show included performances by Tony Terry, Avery Wilson, and Tevin Campbell.
“I’ve decided to retire & have my family,” the rapper tweeted Thursday.