The music video for "Hot-n-Fun" was directed by Jonas Åkerlund. It was released June 17, 2010 on to their official website. The video features N.E.R.D. driving through the desert picking up female hitchhikers in their Kaws-painted Rolls-Royce Corniche convertible. Later they party with the hitchhikers around a bonfire. Nelly Furtado appears singing solely in separate scenes, first in the sky, second in the bonfire. N.E.R.D. paid homage to The Beatles' Yellow Submarine and the Magical Mystery Tour, calling it a psychedelic ride. The video incorporates styles from the late '60s and early '70s. As of October 2015, "Hot-n-Fun" has obtained over 11 million views on N.E.R.D.'s VEVO account on YouTube.
In August 2010, three other alternative videos where released. The first, set to the original version of the song (featuring Furtado's vocals), the 2nd one set to the Boys Noize remix, and the third one set to the Starsmith remix (the last two without Furtado's vocals). These alternative videos do not feature Furtado's appearance and are mostly made up of tour footage and live performances. They premiered on N.E.R.D.'s official website and later appeared on N.E.R.D.'s VEVO channel on YouTube to promote the "Hot-n-Fun" remix EP.